Air conditioning is often the favourite debate in every office – positive or negative. As the sun comes out again, the conversations will arise. Despite the debate, professionally installed air conditioning systems can offer many benefits in the workplace.
- Controllable comfort
Today’s modern air-conditioning systems are able to respond rapidly to changes in temperature, both outside and inside, maintaining the space to the desired set point. Some of the latest air conditioning systems are able to draw heat from warmer areas and redistribute to cooler areas, making them extremely efficient and environmentally friendly.
- Reduces humidity
When the hot weather hits, being hot and sticky at work can be extremely uncomfortable. The hot weather can lower productivity and create unnecessary office tension. Increased humidity can make an environment feel hotter than it actually is. Air conditioning systems simply remove the excess moisture from the air to eliminate ‘stickiness’.
- Improved air quality
Busy offices can be a breeding ground for coughs and colds. Air conditioning systems contain filters that purify the air, reducing the number of bacteria and dust particles, odours and potential allergens. Occupants benefit from clean, filtered air, particularly important for those who suffer from allergies or respiratory problems.
- Silent operation
Modern systems are very quiet, they may be continually monitoring and responding to the environment, but you wouldn’t know it. Even when systems are working flat out, when outside temperatures are at their most extreme, staff remain undisturbed.
- Protects business critical equipment
Modern workplaces are jam-packed with technology that generates heat. This heat needs to be removed from the environment as delicate equipment can only operate within certain tolerances. Cleverly designed air conditioning systems take heat and humidity away, dispersing that energy elsewhere where it’s needed, ensuring your business-critical equipment is safe
- Energy efficiency
The latest air conditioning technology from simple split systems to larger heat recovery systems are becoming more energy efficient than ever. They are able to efficiently cool and heat a building, providing a constant and comfortable temperature, minimising energy use, reducing utility costs and carbon footprint.
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