Health Care & Energy Efficiency

Operating expenses, particularly energy costs, are extremely high in hospitals relative to other buildings. Air distribution methods that reduce energy consumption without compromising air quality are thus welcome in these buildings.

Displacement ventilation, popular in patient rooms, is one such technology. Hydronic systems – radiant panels/sails and active and passive beams – are another effective way to reduce energy consumption, and can be partnered with a dedicated outdoor air system to improve ventilation and improve air quality.

Customization in Health Care Energy Efficiency in Health Care Indoor Air Quality in Health Care Thermal Comfort in Health Care