Public Buildings

Public Buildings


Public Buildings / Offices

In winter, the air is heated before being injected into the rooms, making it dry. Exposure to dry air can lead to health risks for employees and thus impact absenteeism and productivity.
Maintaining a comfortable humidity level (50%) ensures an ideal working climate for employees. It protects the skin from drying out and becoming irritated, reduces the sensation of itchy throats or sore, dry eyes.
Studies show that controlled humidity levels also limit the spread of viruses (such as the flu) in the air.
Humidification offers the company an increase in productivity while preserving the health of the personnel in this critical public health context.

References :

Parlement Européen
Société Générale