Commercial & Indoor Air Quality

Similar to schools, commercial buildings have stringent indoor air quality requirements. Air quality can have a significant impact on employee performance and health, with high air quality reducing absenteeism. UFAD is popular in office environments for its ability to be reconfigured quickly and easily, but it also provides an air quality improvement over overhead systems. Alternatively, displacement ventilation can be used to improve indoor air quality, or a hydronic system can be partnered with a dedicated outdoor air system to improve ventilation.

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