Indoor comfort and critical air safety for large and varied spaces
The demand for efficient and resource-conserving energy concepts for all types of buildings is greater than ever. Public buildings like airports, railway stations and metro stations require specific HVAC solutions as they are faced with large volume of people who inhabit the building for short lengths of time whilst also occupying specific rooms. The occupancy of these spaces can be very variable depending on the season (summer) or on the period of the day/year.
For logistics the HVAC solution is also rather specific. These applications also concern very large buildings, but in most cases the occupancy is not so high. Warehouses are often tall buildings where the indoor air temperature as well as the humidity level will have an impact on the stored materials and must therefore be monitored and regulated.
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