It’s only natural to want to excel at work; we all strive to be successful, it’s part of our very being, no matter whether you’re one of the workaholics or not. This is why we invest in high tech electronics, programmes, apps, try to find ways to learn more about our area of expertise through various information sources, and yet still somehow we end up not being as productive as we ought to be, or at least hope to be.
Having found myself in that exact sort of situation, I questioned myself on a daily basis whether I was getting enough sleep, eating the proper food, if I was having some health issues that were impeding my concentration and productivity. As it turned the office air was the culprit, and the rescue came in the form of cool air ventilation through heavy duty fans.
Unlike residential fans, these fans are created to be of continuous use without heating up, with cool air velocity of about 82m3 per minute, providing quick and easy ventilation of open space areas (same as my office) just about anywhere in the case of models with 360-degree rotation. Heavy duty fans are simply built to last, with an aluminium blade construction providing up to 5% more air velocity than standard fans. They’re also incredibly energy efficient, low cost as an investment, and easy to assemble.
The problem with buildings today, and open offices like mine, is they are created with more insulation, which is known to be helpful when it comes to reducing the electricity costs. While it’s advantageous on the one side, less can be said on the other side when this is the exact reason there’s poor air quality inside, as everything stays inside, from dust, and mould, to dangerous airborne particles with chemicals, and allergens.
It only gets worse when there are more people in and out in the same space, and as it happens, there are 15 of us in the same office, and that makes having a heavy duty fan a must! If you find yourself in a similar situation, unless you want to develop a certain health condition, equip yourself with a heavy duty fan.
Now my office is a pleasant, air ventilated environment, without a rise in humidity and quality air that doesn’t obstruct productivity, and much less incite health issues. On the plus side as well, it’s also an eco-friendly option when compared to an air conditioner for instance.