Ionizers send charged molecules into the air. These molecules interact with the dirt or dust particles in an area. Depending on the type of commercial HVAC controls you have, the ions can either ensure that the dust particles stick stay stuck on your walls or capture these ions with an electronically charged collection plate, says LiveStrong.
Either way, ions work to remove pollutants from the air and improve indoor air quality in your rooms. This is particularly important in office settings that don’t have open windows. Office spaces with no windows tend to have poor air circulation. This also makes microbial growth more likely. By using systems with ionizers, you can remove pollutants and prevent the growth and spread of mildew and mold in the process.
Poor air circulation can also lead to several problems for you and your staff. The Daily Mail says poor indoor environment can have a severely negative impact on employee productivity. Studies also suggest employees demonstrate greater productivity in well-ventilated desk spaces. If you want to start improving productivity levels at work, think about investing in ensuring the right environment for them. Consider getting commercial HVAC controls.
Prevent health problems
Poor indoor circulation can lead to health problems as well. Left unaddressed, indoor air contaminants can lead to headaches, fatigue as well as dryness and irritation of your eyes and nose. Your throat and skin might also be affected. Nausea and dizziness, as well as constant and unexplained coughing and sneezing, can be caused by too much dust particles in the air.
If you want to make sure employee health and productivity don’t suffer, look into improving indoor conditions for your team. Think about getting the right AC system, for one. If you’re looking to make some changes, that would be a good place to start.