We needed an air purifier for the back office


Last week, we went back to the office after working from home for the past four months.

I was certainly hopeful that we would be able to continue working from home, but the boss likes to keep tabs on all of the employees.

It’s not like I can’t get my work done at home on my own without supervision. The company keeps tabs on our computer logs and they know when we aren’t being productive. It really didn’t make sense to send us back to work earlier than necessary, but I didn’t have a choice when the boss made the demand. Thankfully, the boss provided us with an air purifier. Everyone in the office is trying to stay healthy, and that starts with indoor air cleaning. We can’t wear masks at work, because we spend most of the day on the phone with our clients. It’s hard to understand anything when there is a mask in the way. I know the masks help keep us safe, but they make it extremely hard to hear. The air purifier in the office runs continuously, even when no one is in the building. It’s loud and noisy, but it works to remove all of the allergens, dust, debris, and viruses that might be in the indoor air. So far, no one in the office has been diagnosed with Covid-19. As long as we continue following standard universal precautions, we should be safe. There are hand sanitizer stations all over the place and hourly sanitizing wipe downs by the housekeeping staff. Between the daily vigorous cleanings and the air purifier, this place is virtually safer than my own apartment.

Cooling equipment