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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Cool Down your Workspace with a Spot Cooler

Indoor Air Quality or (IAQ) has been a primary concern for many factory owners, as well as their employees who operate within the building conditions. The air quality within a building and even on the surrounding grounds can effect the comfort and health of those working within the area. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health conducts (HHE's), Health Hazard Evaluations of workplaces in order to determine whether or not any substance found within the workplace has potentially toxic effects or potential to effect IAQ.

Not only is the IAQ for the workplace a common concern, but temperatures within the workplace are often a hot topic for discussion. Many office buildings today tend to be air conditioned, though not all, while large factories employing numerous workers for the majority still go without air conditioning. Some work conditions within factories can be extremely difficult and uncomfortable due to extensive heat. Though a large amount of factories use jet and axial fans to appropriately ventilate their workplace, industrial air conditioning isn't always as common.

Spot cooler air conditioners are much more affordable and efficiently cool work spaces, making working conditions more bearable for employees. Spot coolers are a great way to keep employees comfortable, cooling down machinery and even help hot products cool quicker. Spot coolers are cost efficient, do not require any installation and only require to be plugged in for operation.

Employees should not only have the assurance of the indoor air quality within the workplace, but should be able to work comfortably as well. If industrial air conditioning isn't possible because of costs, then provide a cost efficient spot coolers for your workers. Their health and comfort can lead to an increase in productivity, which will benefit your business.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

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