As a record-breaking heat wave descends on much of the United States and July is declared the hottest month of 2019, we are all ratcheting up our air conditioning systems. Now that cool air is flowing, we might want to take a moment to consider the impact of air conditioning systems on our overall health.
To many of us, air conditioning is a necessary part of everyday life, keeping us comfortable in our homes and offices. Air conditioning is a relatively recent addition to American life; in fact, as of the 1960s on about 12% of homes in the united states had cooling systems.
Today it would be inconceivable and, in some cases, dangerous to live in residence or work in an environment without air conditioning in certain parts of the country. However, one thing that most people don’t consider when enjoying a cooler indoor temperature, even while it is sweltering outside is that a poorly maintained HVAC system could be damaging to your health.
The main problem is that air conditioning systems create condensation, as warm air passes through the coils in an HVAC system the air is cooled rapidly, this causes the moisture from the air to coat the coils in the system. This is similar to the way moister appears on a cold bottle of water on a hot day. This process dehumidifies the air in a home or office, making the entire environment more comfortable. However, if this water doesn’t drain off promptly, it can be a breeding ground for mold and other microorganisms. The mold or microorganisms can then blow into the home or office each time the unit is turned on, causing:
- Breathing Issues
- Respiratory Tract Problems
- Bacterial Infections
- Migraines Or Headaches
The best way to avoid these concerns is to properly maintain the HVAC system in your home or office to maximize the efficiency of the system, ensuring it running correctly, all the time. Regularly getting your system checked by an HVAC professional is definitely one step in the right direction. However, HVAC systems lose capacity over time, and the only way to restore this loss is to either replace the unit entirely or to invest in a nanotechnology fluid solution that can permanently restore lost cooling capacity. These solutions have the added benefit of reduces carbon emissions, energy consumption, and costs.
You don’t just have to take our word for it. In this case study you can see how CryoGenX4 helped increase performance and lower energy costs for a data center in NYC with 35 units. While, everyone doesn’t have this number of units in their building, the restorative nature of CryoGenX4 is undeniable. That is why we back it up with our personal guarantee if you don’t see the benefits of our product, we promise, you don’t pay.