As an employer, it is your responsibility to provide a healthy workspace. The main factors that affect an employee’s health indoors are inappropriate temperature, humidity, and poor air quality and distribution. This triggers symptoms in asthmatics, lung, cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, decreased lung function, and decreased lung function.
The collectivity of indoor diseases is known as “sick building syndrome” (SBS). Mainly we find a higher concentration of contamination in the ducts and air conditioning system. In the perfect conditions of humidity, heat, and microparticulate this triggers the growth of microorganisms. This creates a focus and distribution of bacteria, fungi, etc.
Our body is our most important work tool. Poor air quality not only affects the respiratory system, it affects the entire oxygenation process of the rest of the organs. It is also reflected in the emotional aspect such as anxiety, irritation, and fatigue. As a consequence, it causes absenteeism from work and school.
Let us act in favor of the well-being of our colleagues, friends, clients, students, patients, visitors, etc. We can prevent and protect them from respiratory tract infections. We can help you, we have the necessary resources and staff prepared with the necessary knowledge in cleaning and sanitizing the HVAC system.
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) is the system that any building needs for efficient air distribution and circulation. This controls the movement, quality, and temperature of the air and energy that is consumed by the system. A ventilation design is structured to aid in the circulation of fresh air and control the accumulation of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and toxic gases, along with filters and insulation that make the system more efficient.
• Avoid cross-contamination of processes and products.
• Saving money, by saving energy.
• Legal compliance.
• Improved performance and efficiency in the work area.
• Decreases Sick Building Syndrome or S.B.S.
• Reduces skin and respiratory diseases.
• It allows knowing the status of the pipelines.