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The Connection Between Air Filters and Worker Productivity

Your employees are your company’s lifeblood, of course. If they don’t work, your operation will be compromised. So it’s only natural that you would want to do everything you can to help keep your workers as healthy as possible. What you might not realize is that the indoor air quality of your facility will play a major role in making that happen.

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If you are concerned about the health of your workers, then you should be equally as concerned about the quality of your indoor air filtration system. It’s an investment that will pay major dividends as the years go by.

When people inhale contaminants in the indoor air they breathe, they are at a higher risk of developing severe respiratory conditions. These health issues cost businesses across the country hundreds of millions of dollars each year in lost workdays. This obviously cuts into productivity – as well as profits. Even if workers with respiratory problems are able to get to work, there’s no way they can be expected to be as productive as when they are at full health.

Contaminants can also get into equipment, decreasing lifespan and increasing costs. Something as seemingly minor as dust particles, for example, can block cooling vents and cause computer equipment to overheat. Dust can also damage wiring and cause hydraulic equipment to fail.

Let an expert with Clean Liquid System assess your air filtration system to make sure it is doing the best possible job of protecting your workers and your equipment. Call 713.253.0100 or contact us online to learn more.