Humidity in the Workplace

The indoor climate plays a key role in offices, call centres and conference rooms. It has an effect on the wellbeing of the people who work there and can restrict their health. Dry air from central heatings puts a stress on their airways during the long winter months. It also causes irritation to the skin and eyes, and promotes the spread of pathogens. Productivity starts to sink.

Humidifiers as Protection

When conditions are ideal, viruses can spread at an astonishing speed. Such a virus-friendly climate is quite commonplace in many open plan offices. In only a matter of hours whole departments are contaminated.

A high level of efficiency is achieved because the air is humified homogeneously. This means that less water is used, less energy is consumed and the operating costs are brought down on a long-term scale.

The WinCool system is used primarily to humidify the ambient air during the winter months. In can, however, be used in summer as a cost-cutting air conditioning system without any changes or modification.

The extremely fine mist which is produced in the high-pressure humidification system is absorbed optimally by the air in the unit chamber. Both a powerful and economical technology.

WinCool relies on environmentally-friendly technology instead of biocides and heavy metals. Our system does not require any chemical additives for hygienic humidification.

WinCool systems are certified in accordance with the European hygiene norm DIN EN 13779, the German norms VDI 6022, 3808 and DIN 1946, and the Austrian ÖNORM H6021 as well as the Swiss SWKI 104-01 and SWKI 99-3.

Ideal Climate

The way to increase your employees’ wellbeing and bring down the sick leave rate is to humidify the air. If it’s a small office, a compact stand-alone unit will often do the job. But when you need to think big, the only other option available is to install a humidification system into the existing ventilation system.

WinCool not only provides the technical solution, but also the necessary experience. Our experts put together a concept designed specifically for your property or building – right down to the last, minute detail. This allows your humidification system to operate with maximum efficiency after it has been installed. Furthermore, it uses only the energy it needs and blends into the surrounding infrastructure almost seamlessly.

Proper humidification fulfils a number of important tasks in office rooms. It prevents call agents’ throats and voices from becoming affected. It also reduces the risk of infection among employees during the flu period for example. And while levels of fine dust contamination from printers or nearby traffic go down, happiness and performance levels go up.

Would you like to find out more about the benefits that humidification brings to your company? Get in touch with us for expert advice!