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Protecting Worker Wellbeing with Self-Evaporative Humidification

Workplace conditions directly influence workers’ health and productivity, and humidity directly influences the conditions. To unlock the full potential of the workforce, humidity must reside within 30%-60%, without causing undo hassle or health risks.

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The Humidification Challenge

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The Hazards of Insufficient Humidity

Dry conditions lay the groundwork for discomfort and sickness. Without moisture to temper viruses, dust, and other particles, employees are more likely to breathe in and spread illnesses.

Even when employees are not on sick leave, dry conditions cause undue discomfort dry skin, eyes, respiratory irritation, and overall discomfort. Furthermore, their workflows can be disrupted by electrostatic discharge (ESD) buildup from the shocks, paper misalignments, and more that arises when dry air fails to dissipate static charges correctly.

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The Discomfort and Demands of High Humidity

In fact, if moisture is too high or fails to evaporate completely, excess moisture will stick to surfaces and linger on plants, creating brown spots, mold, and disease.

For the plants that remain, the bloat of moisture can prevent plants from absorbing the right amount of nutrients or cause wilting due to excess heat. All of this diminishes crop value.

The Self-Evaporative Solution

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Complete and Uniform Coverage

For optimal humidification, self-evaporation is needed. No matter how much moisture is diffused into the air, the water never sticks or puddles. This eliminates mold, rust, and electrical damage, as well as discomfort from the office.

Self-evaporation also covers large offices, with reversed water-to-water attractions repelling water droplets across the room with speed and uniformity. With self-evaporative humidification, no dry spots or fluctuating humidity levels remain in the workplace.

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Attracts and Neutralizes Contaminants

While rapidly diffusing across the room, self-evaporative technology reduces airborne bacteria, viruses, and dust. Unlike larger humidity droplets that move particles around, self-evaporative droplets are small – only 4.2 microns – and, of course, have their molecular attractions reversed.

This means that contaminating particles are attracted to, and oxidized by, self-evaporative droplets. By using this technology in the workplace, offices better protect the health and overall wellbeing of employees.