Monday, March 16th, 2020
A recent study compiled a statistical summary of negative working conditions in the office and complaints of dry air was a close second only behind noise. The “open space” office is becoming more prevalent in order to reduce office space costs, maximize creativity, and improve interoffice communication. However, this also has a negative impact as it puts employees in closer proximity of each other making them more susceptible to sub-optimum climate conditions.
Low humidity in the office has been proven to negatively effect employee health and increase absenteeism. Studies have shown that viruses are able to survive for long periods at low humidity conditions and maintaining a relative humidity of 40-60% greatly reduces the spread of infection and improves employee comfort and health.
GoFog Humidification provides an energy efficient means of humidifying any commercial building and is easily retrofitted to most existing HVAC systems. The many benefits include: