You've heard of air conditioners, humidifiers, and vaporizers. Have you heard of air purifiers? On average, we spend about 90% of our time indoors. A lot of that has to do with our time at work. Do you work in a hospital, office, factory, restaurant or any other work setting? Depending on the ventilation, the number of people, the presence of animals and types of machinery, you may be exposed to lots of dust, smoke and/or chemical odors. This is why air purifiers are important.
An air purifier is a machine that assists in getting rid of air pollutants.
From reducing asthma and allergy triggers to preventing contamination of deadly substances, air purifiers can be beneficial in any commercial and residential environments including schools, hospitals, offices, and businesses.
Picture the Ghostbusters and the gadget they used to suck up and get rid of ghosts, thus keeping their town safe. An air purifier is your version of that gadget in your commercial building.
Air purifiers don't only protect your clients' and employees' health. They can also cause an increase in the output of your team. It's a kind of secondary benefit.
Fewer health problems among your workforce means fewer sick days and increased productivity. Workers, vendors and customers or patients will generally feel more energetic and healthy in an environment with clean indoor air. All of these factors means better business and an improved bottom line.
Who can benefit: Any business looking to provide healthy air quality and improve its bottom line.
Supposedly the late Michael Jackson slept in an oxygen-filled compartment to obtain health benefits. While your business' budget may not allow for such extravagance for every employee, an air purifier can be the next best thing to increase productivity.
If you now have a better understanding of air purifiers and are warming up to the idea of having them installed in your commercial or industrial building, there are a few things to look for when shopping for a top-quality air purifier.
It is important that you should find one that has the capacity to purify the size of the room you intend to use it in, so you should be sure to consider factors such as, performance, noise, ease of use, cost, and whether or not an air purifier has been submitted for testing and its ratings certified by the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers.
A couple of things to look into as well are the grade of HEPA filtration in the purifier and the capacity of carbon filters used. Knock offs don't apply only to luxury purses and shoes, but also in the air purifier industry. So do your research.
Armed with this information about commercial air purifiers; what they are, what they're good for and how to choose one, you may want to consider investing in one or more for your commercial use. Call the experts at Dynamic Heating and Cooling for more insight and recommendations.