When it comes to production facilities, logistics centers, and warehouses, there are many common air contamination challenges to consider. One of these challenges is contamination caused by fibers. In addition to all the general air quality issues that these facilities face, such as dust and dirt, fibers that are released into the air during for example production further increase the risk of causing serious health issues for employees, clogging machinery, and contaminating products, which in turn can lead to long-term negative effects on business.
Production facilities, logistics centers, and warehouses all struggle with similar air quality challenges. In addition to the air in the facility being contaminated by dust and dirt, many of them also struggle with fibers and debris, which further increase the risk of clogged machinery, and in turn can lead to extra downtime and increased maintenance costs, as well as contaminated products, risking the lifespan and quality of the products. This type of poor air quality can also lead to serious health issues for the employees, such as asthma, respiratory issues, and lung infections, causing increased absence and decreased productivity. In other words, indoor air contaminated by fibers can make it difficult to reach standards for technical cleanliness, as well as negatively affecting business long term.
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By using our air cleaning units shown below, you will be able to improve the air quality in your facilities, ensuring a cleaner and healthier environment for both employees and products. By significantly reducing the contaminating fibers in the air, the risk of employees getting sick and having to take time off from work, or even getting long-term respiratory issues, is significantly reduced as well, resulting in increased productivity. Increased air quality also reduces the risk of product contamination, which in turn increases the lifespan and quality of the products, as well as reducing the risk of clogging up machines and causing machinery malfunction. In other words, cleaner air means healthier employees, improved product quality, less downtime, and lower cost for maintenance.