Clean air is one of the basic needs of the human body, especially in working environments full of unbreathable pollutants such as dust, vapors, micro-dust, fog and oily fumes. The prolonged respiration of these particles can cause a great deal of damage to the health of the workers who are affected, and for the company this results in a loss of productivity.
Are fume purification systems a solution?
The air we breathe is composed of 78% nitrogen and only 21% oxygen, in addition to minimal percentages of other gases. When the percentage of oxygen drops, the air can become harmful to our health, due to invisible pollutants that can be solid, liquid or gaseous. The main danger is that below 1.5 microns, the polluting particles manage to overcome the nose, the natural barrier of our body, and reach the respiratory tract, causing damage to the entire cardiovascular and blood system.
In addition to safeguarding the health of workers, the fume purification systems help protect the company from the health costs of air contamination. A healthy working environment, in fact, leads to fewer absences from work and, in the long run, consequently improves productivity.