COMFORT BUILDS CONCENTRATION
— AND BETTER RESULTS
There are vast numbers of commercial and public buildings, and the people who use them and who work in them expect to feel comfortable when doing so. If the levels of humidity in the air are properly adjusted, people can concentrate better on the tasks at hand — whether studying, working or using the facilities provided. They may not notice all this, but better concentration and greater overall comfort usually gives better results. For whatever they may be doing.