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Common IAQ problems in commercial buildings

In commercial buildings, indoor air quality is often affected by several factors, including:

  • High concentrations of people, which can lead to increased CO2 levels
  • Fluctuating airflow requirements throughout the day
  • High energy consumption
  • Limited space for installing ventilation equipment

Traditional ventilation systems that only provide air supply and exhaust are no longer an effective solution for commercial buildings. As energy costs continue to rise, it is increasingly important to take energy-saving measures while still maintaining good indoor air quality. Choosing the right ventilation system is essential for achieving this balance and ensuring a comfortable, healthy, and energy-efficient environment in commercial buildings.

Heat recovery and energy saving

To ensure good indoor air quality in commercial buildings, it is important to choose a modern, energy-efficient ventilation system. These systems can deliver fresh, filtered air when and where it is needed, while also recovering up to 90% of the heat energy. This is especially important in rooms or areas where the number of occupants varies, as different ventilation efforts may be required at different times.

A dynamic ventilation system can help maintain consistent indoor air quality throughout a building, even when the number of occupants or airflow requirements change. At SALDA UAB, we offer a range of compact, energy-efficient air handling units that can help improve indoor air quality while also reducing energy consumption. To learn more about these products, click here.