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We need fresh air to breathe, it’s a fact of life. If there isn’t enough oxygenated air within an indoor environment, humans just don’t function as well. That’s why good air flow is vital.
Good ventilation can also help a work place rid itself of moisture, chemicals, excess carbon dioxide and other indoor pollutants.
However, not every working environment has windows and even those that do will be reliant on the breeze, humidity levels, and the mild climates that permit open windows. Sometimes a mechanical ventilation system is essential.
Good ventilation can improve wellbeing and allow for a healthier environment, increasing comfort levels, clarity, concentration, and of course, productivity.
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How mechanical ventilation works
A mechanical ventilation system improves the indoor air we breathe by removing stale or contaminated air and sending in fresh air from outside. Providing better air circulation, ventilation and air flow. It’s a clever piece of kit that can increase comfort levels, minimise the spread of germs and boost wellbeing in other ways.
Building regulations state that there must be between eight to ten litres of air per second per person in an indoor environment. A JD Cooling ventilation system will exceed this requirement. We can create a bespoke ventilation system for any sized building, from small offices to schools or leisure complexes to large scale factories and pharmaceutical laboratories.
Usually a ventilation system is installed in the ceiling but it can also be designed to harmonise with a variety of environments. Plus, our mechanical ventilation system will always include air filtration to remove pollutants from the fresh air.
Minimising the Spread of Covid-19
Now more than ever, it’s important to consider ways of minimising the spread of airborne viruses. Many of those working in an indoor environment alongside other co-workers or students, may be concerned about breathing in other people’s air.
A mechanical ventilation system improves air flow and removes stale expelled air, and brings in fresh air from outside. This better air flow reduces the risk of spreading germs and viruses because this ventilation improves the air quality and reduces the likelihood of breathing in harmful airborne viruses and germs.
We can install a ventilation system into almost any indoor environment.
If you’d like to discuss a project with us, call one of our engineers for a free consultation on 01553 767 446 or email us email@example.com