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Especially in winter, the indoor climate plays an important role in our well-being. An adequate temperature is just as crucial as ideal humidity and low levels of air pollutants.
Ideal room temperature
The ideal winter room temperature varies by a few degrees, depending on the living area. Ideal values are
- 20 – 23 degrees for the living room and bathroom
- 17 – 20 degrees for the bedroom and kitchen
- 16 – 18 degrees for toilet and hall
The only thing to watch out for is that the total temperature in your rooms does not fall below the 15 degree Celsius limit. This refers to the night hours or even if you leave your apartment / house for a longer time. Because heating up from these low values requires considerably more energy – and thus heating costs – than running at a constant average temperature.
& Air Pollution Reduction
The optimum humidity is between 40 and 60 percent and can be measured with a hygrometer. To get really accurate readings, the hygrometer should not be installed in humid areas such as bathrooms or kitchens. Especially in winter, the air can become too dry due to the very cold outside temperatures in heated rooms. The impact on our health is enormous:
- eye irritation
- breathing problems
- weaker immune power
- a headache
- difficulty concentrating
- sleeping problems
And the drier the air, the more dust particles and attached pathogens are buzzing around, and viruses and bacteria spread faster. Indoor humidity is ideal for all of our health. Ideal values not only bind dust and pathogens, they also promote immune defense and boost performance.
Ideal indoor climate in winter
Achieve with active humidification by fog systems. Raintime fog systems spray water into its smallest unit of water mist. This fine mist binds dust particles – thus also bacteria and viruses – out of the room air.
Fog systems are sustainable, cost-efficient and are used throughout the year. While in the winter they serve to keep the air humidity in the ideal framework and to bind pollutants (dust, pathogens, …) they serve as fog cooling systems in the summer.
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