Humidity in the Workplace

Publisher: Condair Inc.

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Humidity in the Workplace

The right humidity level makes a vital contribution to various situations in daily life — in a business environment and in your private home. The moisture content of the air is so important that in many countries, there are clear guidelines for the operation and maintenance of humidification systems. A narrowly defined range of 40 to 60% relative humidity has been scientifically proven to provide ideal conditions for health, performance, well-being, and value retention. In modern buildings with an impermeable building shell, central heating, and ventilation systems, these limits cannot be met in everyday life without active humidification.