Air conditioning in hotels and conference centres.
One of the most important aspects for hotels and conference centres is to make sure that guests have a pleasant experience. This can be achieved with a healthy, user-friendly environment that is influenced by an optimum air humidity.
If the air is too dry, people emit moisture from the body’s water balance into the atmosphere. This causes the skin, lips and eyes to dry out which can negatively impact a person’s general well-being. Dry air can also affect the function of the mucous membrane in the respiratory channels and make it less capable of protecting the human body against bacteria and viruses.
Humidified air binds dust particles much more quickly than dry air. Reduced dust deposits and better air circulation can minimise any respiratory problems for allergy or asthma sufferers.
Rooms should either be cooled or heated depending on the time of year, and it is possible to see the direct impact of relative air humidity in spaces that require temperature regulation. Adiabatic air humidification systems provide a sustainable, environmentally-friendly solution. If a room requires high heat loads from outside or inside, aerosol droplets in the air withdraw heat energy and ensure energy-efficient cooling. Should the relative humidity be reduced during the heat phase, moisture is projected into the air via the same system.
Here is an overview of the advantages of air humidification in hotels and conference centres:
- Creates a healthy and user-friendly environment for guests and staff
- Increases employee performance
- Reduces dust pollution for allergy and asthma sufferers
- Protects against electrostatic discharge
- Highly energy efficient when air conditioning different rooms
- Increases value and attractiveness for organisers and companies