Telaire | CO2-based Ventilation Control in Education Facilities - White Paper
Ventilation is an important part of maintaining a comfortable, healthy, productive environment for students and faculty. One study found that 86% of classrooms had incidences of inadequate ventilation,1 and a California study found that classrooms had inadequate ventilation 42% of the time2. Improper ventilation can have a negative impact on student health and performance, increase the risk from litigation, and energy usage. CO2-based ventilation control (also called demand controlled ventilation or DCV) is the solution.
AAS-950-001A | Telaire White Paper
|File Size:||276.91 KB|