Thermal comfort is important in health care facilities as it helps maintain an environment conducive to healing. This applies in patient rooms, waiting rooms, and common areas. Displacement
ventilation, often selected in healthcare facilities for its high air quality, supplies air at low velocity, reducing draft risk and ensuring a comfortable environment. Hydronic products
such as sails, panels, and beams use induction and radiation to condition a space, reducing the supply air volume required and room air velocity.
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Energy Efficiency in Health Care
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Thermal Comfort in Health Care