Utility and Public Buildings

When it gets colder, most public buildings will be heated. However, the indoor climate is not necessarily pleasant at this point, because the air becomes drier. This can have several adverse effects such as:

  • More energy required for people to perform
  • Irritation of the eyes and the respiratory system
  • More dust
  • More viruses and bacteria in the air

Advantages of good climate in Utility and Public Buildings

The right relative humidity is essential for our health. A humidity level of 40 to 60% is not only experienced as pleasant, but also has the following health benefits:

  • Improves the work performance of staff
  • Less irritation of the eyes and the respiratory tract
  • Less dust exposure
  • Less exposure to viruses and bacteria

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