Comfortable indoor climate solutions from FläktGroup helps with productivity, reduces running costs and compliment office spaces.
Indoor air comfort for the workplace
Offices are built for people and the quality of ventilation in the indoor environment will affect their health, comfort and productivity.
You will find offices in a variety of different building types such as business premises, schools, factories, shops... in fact most commercial buildings will accomodate employees working in an office. It is therefore hugely important that the air we breathe is clean to maintain our health and remains comfortable for our well-being – this is the base for the widest offering for office ventilation in the market from FläktGroup.
There are five key areas that an HVAC system from FläktGroup can affect:
- Fresh Air (Including odour)
Related Case Studies
A conference room presents a unique challenge, with long periods of little or no occupancy versus times when full with bodies and electrical equipment. Managing the temperatures in these rooms requires sensors and variable air flow to match the undulating occupancy levels.
Open plan offices must accommodate the needs of many occupants. Solutions from FläktGroup factor in the challenges of these spaces to ensure that comfort is maintained with variable air temperature to meet the demands of office employees.
Room size and occupancy levels affect the temperature of an office room. A solution needs to be versatile and provide flexibility for indoor comfort throughout the day.
Sports halls, shopping centres, ballrooms, presentation areas, and multi-functional forums are required to handle large numbers of participants undertaking different activities.
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