Beams, UFAD, and displacement ventilation are popular choices in schools for their energy efficiency and indoor air quality benefit. However, the low supply air velocity of these systems is
an additional benefit as it reduces draft risk and thus improves the thermal comfort of occupants. Thermal comfort is a vital component of an environment conducive to learning.
In addition, these systems offer quiet performance – a vital design criterion in schools, outlined by ANSI Standard S12-60 - 2010.
Customization in Schools
Energy Efficiency in Schools
Indoor Air Quality in Schools
Mechanical Flexibility in Schools
Thermal Comfort in Schools