Monday, January 26, 2009

The air we breathe

The sealed-air construction of many contemporary office buildings contributes to a variety of health problems. Respiratory illness, throat irritation, headaches and exhaustion are common reactions to stale, dry air. Bacteria and viruses can also develop in air that's passed through cooling towers. These conditions can have a negative impact on workers' performance.

Ozone-free air purifiers and carbon air filters clean the ambient air in enclosed air spaces. Water fountains offer benefits above beautification. They aid in stress relief and relaxation, act as a natural humidifier, and improve air quality by releasing negative ions, with a soothing sound to form a buffer against external noise.