WHEELING, ILL.—Protect-A-Bed has recently undergone independent lab testing to ensure their products meet the evolving needs of the hospitality industry. Protect-A-Bed is pleased to announce that their mattress and pillow protectors have passed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) highest standard for Viral Barrier Penetration (ASTM F1671). “Our newest viral barrier protection products should provide greater peace of mind that is crucial in today’s climate,” says Bob Burbank, CEO at Protect-A-Bed. “ The independent laboratory testing certifies that these products meet or exceed the CDC’s Level 4 standard, thereby ensuring that Protect-A-Bed’s viral barrier products provide the highest level of viral barrier protection. Level 4 testing is the same resistance test standard established by the CDC for surgical gowns and drapes.
“Hotel guests spend more time in bed than any other area of the property. A clean and restorative sleep environment is a must,” says Nicole Pasik, Director of Marketing at Protect-A-Bed.
With key features like their new viral barrier, their patented waterproof Miracle Membrane, dust mite, bed bug and allergen barriers, FDA Class 1 Medial Device designation, machine washable and asthma & allergy friendly products—Protect-A-Bed helps guests sleep comfortably and confidently.
Protect-A-Bed is launching an Ultimate Healthy Sleep Zone campaign focused around three easy steps to create the healthy sleep zone. This campaign aims to bring awareness to how easy it is for hoteliers to create a healthy, comfortable space for their guests. To learn more about this campaign visit fpghospitality.com/healthysleepzone.
Protect-A-Bed provides a clean, healthy, comfortable sleep environment, all while saving money. “During these uncertain times, we feel confident that our products are designed with wellness and safety top of mind. We will continue to innovate and bring advanced technology and certifications to the marketplace,” said Elba Ocasio, Vice President of Design and Product Development for Protect-A-Bed.