We breathe on average 12,000 liters of air every day. We also spend an average of 90% percent of our time indoors, where the concentrations of some pollutants can be 2 to 5 times higher than typically found in outdoors. In addition, people who are most susceptible to the adverse effects of pollution tend to spend even more time indoors.
This reality is at the origin of Halton’s calling and passion, from our beginning: Improving people’s Wellbeing by creating clean and comfortable Indoor Environments through state-of-the-art ventilation and air conditioning solutions.
By extension, our solutions now go beyond strictly treating the air and cover many facets of Indoor Environmental quality.
Indoor concentrations of some pollutants are a byproduct of the movement toward more energy-efficient buildings, whatever type they are (improved building envelope, tightness, lower ventilation airflow rates, increased COVs sources).
Our burning passion is to design solutions that not only contributes directly to people’s Wellbeing but also have the lowest environmental impact. Whether it relates to the energy usage or any other resource such as water, or the impact of the ventilation systems’ emissions on the environment or the neighborhood, Halton is there.
Speaking about Wellbeing and Sustainability is one thing, demonstrating it and providing you with the opportunity to participate in a hands-on experience to form your own opinion regarding your project is another.
At Halton, we recognized the importance of collaborating with our customers by creating 8 Innovation Hubs worldwide. We wanted each of them to be a place of discussion and experiences sharing with our customers, our R&D, and our manufacturing teams, with two equally important objectives:
– Showing you the benefits you can expect from our solutions with as many operational systems as possible or testing means;
– Place your needs at the center of each of your projects.