PRODUCTIVITY

 

Studies have found that as temperatures rise, productivity decreases. This is because the resources that would normally be used to fuel the brain are being redirected to cool down the body.

Researchers found that worker productivity decreases at a rate of 2% per 1.8°F increase in temperature past 77°F (or per each degree Celsius increase past 25°C). The loss of worker productivity due to a few degrees of heat can be costly!

The Power Breezer is the ideal cooling solution to cool down your workforce, improve productivity, and lower your costs. User controls enable the powerful fan and evaporative cooling technology to be set to perform for the conditions in any climate for the most efficient and effective cooling. The portable cooling system is not a misting fan and will not get people or equipment wet.

Studies have found that as temperatures rise productivity decreases. This is because the resources that would normally be used to fuel the brain are being redirected to cool down the body.

Researchers found that worker productivity decreases at a rate of 2% per 1.8⁰F increase in temperature past 77⁰F (or per each degree Celsius increase past 25⁰C). The loss of worker productivity due to a few degrees of heat can be costly!

The Power Breezer® is the ideal cooling solution to cool down your workforce, improve productivity, and lower your costs. User controls enable the powerful fan and evaporative cooling technology to be set to perform for the conditions in any climate for the most efficient and effective cooling. The portable cooling system is not a misting fan and will not get people or equipment wet.

Calculate Financial Loss Due to Heat

Hourly Labor Rate ($):

Number of Employees:

Calculations based on 40 Hour work week.

APPROX.
TEMPERATURE °F
80°
90°
100°
110°
APPROX.
Productivity LOSS PER PERSON:
$20.00
$70.00
$130.00
$180.00
Overall Productivity Loss PER WEEK:
$1,000.00
$3,500.00
$6,500.00
$9,000.00

In a single week, an organization with 50 workers making $12.50 an hour each could lose about $1,000 in overall output due to decreased worker productivity when temperatures reach 80° F. This financial loss becomes more dramatic as temperatures increase.

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