Hospital Applications


Healthcare facilities have to pay particular care to indoor air concerns. Hospital air quality assumes a more important role than just the promotion of comfort. Studies show that patients in controlled environments generally have more rapid physical improvement than do those in uncontrolled environments.

Indoor quality (IAQ) encompasses a wide variety of factors: temperature, humidity, quantity, presence of chemicals and other contaminants, and the quality of outdoor air brought inside are typical metrics used to define IAQ. The concept of IAQ is especially important with regard to the environments within hospitals and other health care facilities. The patients within the facility and the staff caring for those patients are all directly impacted by the quality of air in the building. IAQ is also a component of sustainable concepts that are incorporated into the design of such facilities. Improved IAQ is a viable goal for overall improvements in building occupant satisfaction at hospitals and other health care facilities.

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