Large Public Spaces & Indoor Air Quality

Indoor air quality is an important consideration in large public spaces, where limiting the spread of airborne contaminants is important. Technologies that stratify room air, like displacement ventilation and UFAD, or technologies that employ dedicated outdoor air systems, such as active and passive beams, offer improved indoor air quality over conventional systems.

Spaces that permit occupants to smoke, such as casinos and bars, can especially benefit from technologies that stratify room air, as airborne contaminants, including tobacco smoke, are naturally drawn upwards and removed from the occupied zone. This improves the occupant’s experience and can result in a longer stay – generating more revenue for businesses in the hospitality industry.

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