Like offices, industrial facilities are subject to constant churn and reconfiguration. However, these buildings rarely incorporate raised floors, so UFAD is generally not an option.
Displacement ventilation, however, is an excellent option due to its ability to compensate for changes in distribution of room load. Since air movement is driven by buoyancy forces in
displacement systems, the supply air will naturally be drawn to heat sources – whether human or machine – and condition the space as energy efficiently as possible.
Energy Efficiency in Industrial Buildings
Indoor Air Quality in Industrial Buildings
Mechanical Flexibility in Industrial Buildings
Thermal Comfort in Industrial Buildings