Low humidity can take a toll on the health of your patients, clients, and employees, especially during the winter season. Those residing in dry states, such as Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and other desert climates often suffer from dry throat, coughing, irritated eyes, cracked lips and skin, dehydration, headaches, and even the flu. Poor air quality and dusty working conditions can also compound existing health issues including eczema, asthma, allergies, and arthritis.
Maintain your air quality and avoid these problems by setting your home or work humidifier between 30% and 50% humidity to ensure optimal health and productivity all year long, no matter the outdoor weather conditions.
Sometimes there are concerns that adding a humidifier to their commercial or household climate control system will just increase their utility bills. But new technology from Fogco actually saves money by preventing damage to expensive machinery, electronics, woodwork, and more. A humidifier helps balance and regulate moisture levels and temperatures to ensure efficient use of your humidifier and heating system, which also translates to utility savings over time.
Poor indoor air quality can damage wallpaper, woodwork, flooring, and door frames as well as electronics, furniture, and other items of value. Humidifiers can help you maintain the delicate balance of temperature and humidity and preserve your valuables, keeping them pristine for years to come.
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can be more of a threat than most may realize; it can cause irreparable damage to electronics and may even become catastrophic around flammable chemicals. A humidifier can reduce this risk and keep your staff and your company equipment safe.