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... For Data Centers

Provides high capacity, low cost evaporative cooling and combats electrostatic discharge that can damage electronics.

 

... For Crop Storage

The optimum humidity can prevent waste and degradation of crops as well as assisting in safe long term storage.

 

... For Hospitals and Care Facilities

Correct humidity is essential to patient health, staff comfort and prevention of electrostatic damage to medical equipment.

 

Eliminating static with humidification

45-55%RH eliminates the build-up of static electricity in manufacturing environments.

 

In-duct evaporative cooling strategies

The three main AHU evaporative cooling strategies explained, covering direct, in-direct and exhaust air cooling.

 

... For Cold Storage

Maintaining freshness and shelf-life as well as preventing weight loss from produce inside chill stores.

 

... For Offices

Optimum humidity improves health and productivity of staff as well as reducing absenteeism.

 

... For Printing

Paper is a natural material and very susceptible to changes in relative humidity. If the atmosphere around printing presses and paper storage areas b...

 

... For Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

By ensuring you have proper humidification levels in your pharmaceutical manufacturing facility you will Increases efficiency & yields.

 

... For  Art Galleries

Preservation of valuable works of art and antiques as well as the building's fittings and features.

 

... For Dust Suppression

Keeping your relative humidity (RH) between 40-60% is important, as it minimizes the amount of time dust can spend airborne, forcing it to settle more quickly.

 

... For Retirement & Nursing Homes

In cold seasons when heating systems dry the internal atmosphere the air can often drop below 40% relative humidity (RH). At this level it will draw ...

 

... for Eyes and Skin

Dryness afflicts the eyes, skin and mucous membranes above all. It causes complaints such as stinging eyes, blinking, blurry vision, skin itchiness, ...

 

... For Schools

Proper humidification in schools can reduce absenteeism by 20%.

 

... For Concert Halls

Preserving the dimensions of the sound boards and sliders in organs as well as protecting wooden instruments and auditoriums.

 

Immune Systems

The immune system is the biological defense system that protects the body against pathogenic microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria and fungi, fine  dust and other aggressive substances.

 

... For Germ Reduction

Illnesses are transferred by various pathogenic microorganisms — especially viruses, bacteria and fungus. Bacteria can self-reproduce. Viruses, such ...

 

... For Abattoir

Maintaining a high humidity during the initial chill down of a carcass can reduce weight loss to under 1%.

 

... For Hot Yoga Studios

We’ve worked with enough hot yoga studios to know how important it is to balance heat and humidity for an optimal yoga environment.

 

... For Hotels & Spas

Hotel rooms, which are humidified between 40 - 60% RH are an additional, important health benefit for your guests.

 

... For Bakeries

In bakeries, proper humidification has a profound influence on both product quality and the finished baked good.

 

... For Allergies

Pollen, mites and pet allergy sufferers can breathe a sigh of relief — air humidity helps them all!

 

... For Greenhouses

Constant and even humidity levels allow plants to thrive.

 

...For Packaging humidification

Reducing static and maintaining the properties of paper, card and adhesives.

 

... Cleanrooms & Laboratories Humidification

Laboratories are, in themselves, delicate mini-ecosystems that rely heavily on pinpoint-accurate details, extending to proper humidity.

 

... For Produce

In produce applications such as food storage, proper humidification helps to not only keep food fresh and healthy, but also at a healthy weight and therefore protected against drying out.

 

... For Museums

Dry air absorbs humidity from objects, their weight is reduced and they contract. In the case of humid air, it is the other way round.

 

... For Supermarkets

Proper humidification ensures that not only does food remain fresher for longer, but also that it is visually appealing. In short, it moves product off shelves and into the homes of customers faster.

 

... For Veterinary Clinics

Veterinary clinics depend on being clean, breathable environments to encourage not just animal health and welfare, but that of their owners and all on-site employees.

 

... For Textile Manufacturing

Decreases moisture losses to improve product yields, product quality and increase machine efficiency.

 

 For... Call Centers

With balanced relative humidity (RH) levels, call centers become safer and healthier places to be.

 

... For Convention Centers

When hundreds or even thousands of people gather in a space such as a conference center without proper humidity control, relative humidity (RH) levels and temperatures can fluctuate, causing discomfort and potentially creating unhealthy indoor air conditions.

 

... For Medical Marijuana

Constant and even humidity levels allow marijuana plants to thrive. Both humidity and evaporative cooling are essential to seedling development and healthy plant growth. Precise control can help eliminate the dangers of plant pathogens.

 

 For... Government Buildings

As governments rely more on technology and the people who use it, it is important that the buildings they are in are comfortable, healthy, and support maximum efficiency.

 

... For Retail Spaces

Proper humidification for retail needs to be consistent, regulated and carefully controlled to ensure the health and comfort of people as well as for the protection of products and materials.

 

... For Clean Rooms

The importance of proper humidification for clean rooms not only pertains to comfortable and sanitary working conditions, but also product quality control.

 

... 5 Important Points

for  HR Managers to Consider

 

Indoor air can be five times more polluted than outside air. Dry stale air can cause Indoor air can be five times more polluted than outside air. Dry stale air can cause physical health problems ranging from itchy eyes, dry throat, headaches, asthma and allergies.

 

If your employees are suffering from persistent physical symptoms like sneezing, coughing, runny nose, red eyes and headaches, it might well be a result of poor indoor air quality.

 

Buildings that are air conditioned during the summer and heated in the winter suffer from low humidity levels if a correct humidification plan is not in place. Prolonged exposure to dry air will affect the health of your staff, increase absenteeism, lower productivity and have a negative impact on equipment and electronics in the building.

 

One of the first noticeable effects of dry air is electrostatic shocks, which occur below a threshold of 40% RH. Other less recognizable effects that can have a huge impact on the performance of employees include a dry throat that can affect the voice, dry itchy skin, contact lenses prematurely drying out and causing discomfort, sore eyes and an increase in dehydration.

 

Tests have shown that the transmission of airborne viruses, such as influenza, are also greater at a low humidity level. Maintaining optimum humidity levels within your work space will reduce airborne transmissions and reduce absenteeism.

 

 

1. Humidification and Evaporative Cooling

It is important for all buildings to have controlled humidity levels. The recommended level of humidity for human health is between 40-60% RH. With balanced relative humidity (RH) levels, work spaces become safer and healthier places and provide benefits to the occupants including reducing influenza and airborne infections, minimizing dry eyes and throats, and improving productivity.

 

2. Keep Employees Efficient, Healthy and Comfortable

Employees are your most precious asset! A successful business needs a workforce that is not just motivated and efficient but also healthy.

 

Recent studies have shown that air humidity is the most important element of indoor climate in terms of its impact on health. Survival time and transmission of viruses and the immune defence of our mucous membranes both are crucially influenced by air humidity. When buildings are consistently humidified for balanced RH conditions, people are less susceptible to health risks and discomfort. Influenza and other bacterial particles spend less time airborne under proper humidity conditions, making it more difficult for infections and illnesses to spread.

 

This is crucial in environments like office buildings, where large numbers of individuals work together in close proximity and interact with each other on a regular basis.

 

Dry air can also result in employees having a dry, sore throat. For employees of office buildings, who spend the majority of their day working at a stationary desk, this can impact their work day productivity and result in employee absenteeism. Skin and eye irritation is also reduced when indoor environments are properly and consistently humidified.

 

3. Safeguard Against ESD Risks

When RH levels are too low, surfaces can collect static electricity and discharge it when contact is made with an individual or another object. By maintaining a relative humidity level (RH) of 40-60% the moisture content of the air serves as a natural conductor which results in potential static charge to be earthed.

 

4. Protect Against Damage to Equipment

Having RH levels too high will introduce excessive moisture to the environment, raising the risk of short-circuiting systems and wires (this is due to corrosion on electronics exposing components, which can lead to fires. Low RH can produce conditions that are too dry, encouraging static shock, wire fraying and damage to fragile components. Minimize expenses related to replacing shorted-out or damaged equipment with proper humidification.

 

If your employees are suffering from persistent physical symptoms like sneezing, coughing, runny nose, red eyes and headaches, it might well be a result of poor indoor air quality.

 

Buildings that are air conditioned during the summer and heated in the winter suffer from low humidity levels if a correct humidification plan is not in place. Prolonged exposure to dry air will affect the health of your staff, increase absenteeism, lower productivity and have a negative impact on equipment and electronics in the building.

 

One of the first noticeable effects of dry air is electrostatic shocks, which occur below a threshold of 40% RH. Other less recognizable effects that can have a huge impact on the performance of employees include a dry throat that can affect the voice, dry itchy skin, contact lenses prematurely drying out and causing discomfort, sore eyes and an increase in dehydration.

 

Tests have shown that the transmission of airborne viruses, such as influenza, are also greater at a low humidity level. Maintaining optimum humidity levels within your work space will reduce airborne transmissions and reduce absenteeism.

 

5. Greater Workplace Efficiency

By humidifying work spaces with proper humidification, you will experience greater workplace efficiency and performance through reduced absenteeism and greater employee comfort.

 

As well, Condair’s humidifiers offer unprecedented energy efficiency and, with evaporative cooling, greater savings on cooling loads for applications that have excess heat. It will be easier to save on cooling in an electronics rich environment with excess heat gains.

 

Condair manufactures a comprehensive range of humidifier and evaporative cooling systems across all humidification technologies that are ideal for office buildings and many types of work spaces. Whether for people or equipment, Condair’s humidification engineers are able to provide the right solution to meet the needs of every environment.

 

Contact us today and ensure you have the best humidification solution for your facility.

 

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