Fatigue and headache

We spend 90% of our time indoors, and the time we don’t spend at home, we spend at work. It is therefore important to have a healthy indoor climate. The indoor climate is very important for our well-being. Poor air quality can contribute to fatigue and headaches, resulting in less profits and lower productivity.

Studies show that there is a correlation between indoor air quality and performance on the job. When the air around us is of poor quality, it can adversely affect our well-being. This is partly because the air around us contains more bacteria and harmful substances. Bacteria and substances that come from outdoor air pollution, from the degassing of materials in a room, and from the people who are in the room.

When we clean the air, we remove up to 99.99% of bacteria and harmful particles in the air. This means that by filtering the air, we can ensure a healthy indoor climate that strengthens your well-being and that of your employees, while having a direct impact on performance at work and at home.