40°C solution for hospitality linen

OxyGuard40 is a commercial laundry program, specifically formulated to achieve exceptional whiteness, linen protection, reduced energy use and sustainability. It is a patent-pending program that enables low temperature (40°C) washing through enhanced chemistry and extended contact time.  

Ecolab understands the commercial hospitality laundry market and the demands the laundries face to deliver maximum results while using products that are sustainable. OxyGuard40 program is the first program of its kind in the market carrying the Ecolabel certification which makes it a market leader in environmental sustainability, lowering water and energy consumption for the wash process by up to 30%, as less steam and water are needed to wash at low temperature.

Main Features

  • amazing whiteness degree throughout the entire textile life time
  • lowest operational costs, longest textile life
  • highest standards of sustainability
  • EU Ecolabel registered

For moreinformation please download OxyGuard40 brochure

Hilton logo

Ecolab Brings Savings to Hilton Hotels in Prague

OxyGurd40 Solution Story

In 2018, Hilton launched its Travel with Purpose 2030 Goals, becoming the first major hospitality company to institute science-based carbon reduction targets approved by the Science Based Targets initiative. As part of the ambitious sustainability goals for its hotels, Hilton committed to doubling its investment in social impact and cutting its environmental footprint in half through responsible hospitality across its value chain.

Ecolab worked together with Hilton and completely changed its approach to the washing process. Successful deployment of EU-Ecolabel registred low-temperature washing solution OxyGuard40 helped to significantly reduce water and energy consumption of the laundry and supported Hilton Prague in delivering their goals of sustainability.

Further Links & References 

Related Programs

This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate, or jump to a slide with the slide dots.

No related program pages were found.