Innovation Needs Maintaining

Innovation Needs Maintaining

A recent Sunday Times article discussing innovators, included how air conditioning has transformed the way people live in such a profound way. It explained how the vital initiative was taken by Willis Carrier in 1902. In that year he was just 25 years-old and working in a lithograph facility in Brooklyn and it was a suffocatingly hot summer.

He developed an electrical system for cooling, circulating and cleaning air and controlling its humidity. After the Second World War, mainly thanks to Carrier Engineering Corporation – which he founded in 1915 – air conditioning became widespread in homes and workplaces. It gave a huge boost to productivity and comfort.

Importantly, air conditioning (including filtration, humidification, cooling and disinfection) can be used to provide a clean, safe, hypoallergenic atmosphere in hospital operating rooms for example and other environments where proper atmosphere is critical to safety and well-being.

Yet, poorly maintained systems can promote the growth and spread of microorganisms and reduce air quality in general. A correctly maintained system offers greater energy efficiency, improved comfort, will result in fewer unplanned callouts and repairs and will prolong the life of your system.

We all have a wonderful opportunity to benefit from this ground-breaking innovation. And for normally less than 1% of the cost to replace your system, you can help to ensure your staff, customers, visitors and students enjoy a safe, clean and efficiently maintained environment.

If you do not already work with Booth Air Conditioning, please contact us via the website or call our customer service team now on 01706 769282.