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Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) is a strategy that is able to reduce building energy consumption while delivering good levels of occupant comfort. Most buildings regularly operate at occupancies below the design maximum, and can benefit from the ventilation being controlled to supply reduced …
Are your hotel guests complaining about room comfort? We dive into the importance of hotel room comfort and five factors to consider in achieving the ideal indoor climate.
The experts agree that the activity-based office places depend on the organisation. It also depends on the physical working environment factors. We take a closer look at how the indoor climate should be adapted to suit the activity-based office.
We ventilate our properties for our wellbeing, productivity and indoor comfort. One vital component in any ventilation system is the actual air handling unit. You might like to think of the air handling unit as the heart of the ventilation system. A heart that pumps air to all parts of the property …
Six features define the quality and performance of air handling unit casings.
Perhaps you have heard of both VAV and DCV and thought about what really is the difference. We outline the different concepts and detail when you benefit from choosing one or the other.