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Air Conditioning - Increases Productivity And Profits - Articles Surfing
Mnay companies are thinking about the cost of installing air conditioning units in their premises. A commercial enterprise needs to be able to justify any investment in terms of the increase in profits it will bring. Can this cost be justified in term sof increased profits?
People do not work at their most efficient if they are too hot or the air is too humid. This is the reason that most companies install air conditioning units, at least in their offices. Company planners and decision makers work in offices, so mistakes made here, because an individual is too hot, can be very expensive indeed.
In a production environment quality control is improved by the use of air conditioning to maintain an appropriate environment. If quality control improves, profits improve, so again, the investment pays for itself.
You need to consult an air conditioning company in order to determine exactly what kind of units you require. It is not simply a matter of cooling the air, there are other factors to consider, too.
When air is cooled, any moisture in it is normally removed. This leads to the common complaint that air conditioning causes dehydration. A poorly designed system will. The air is dryer, so workers lose more water through sweat, even at lower temperatures. If your workforce are dehydrated they will perform below expectations. Research shows that performance at any task, mental or physical drops off very quickly as we become even 10% dehydrated.
It is not a wise decision to buy an off the shelf unit, especially if you have concerns over dry air. You may also be purchasing a less efficient model, or one with too high or low a cooling capacity for your needs. Always consult a specialist engineering company, who will specify, design and install the correct air conditioning system for your needs.
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