Airwoods always try the best to offer optimize HVAC solution to regulate indoor environments for comfort.
Indoor air quality is such am important issue that human care. The indoor environment is two to five times more toxic than the outdoor environment, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). That, combined with the fact that Americans spend about 90 percent of their lives indoors, is a recipe for disaster.
Per the EPA, indoor air pollution quickly reaches unhealthy levels due to lack of airflow and the many pollutants built indoors. Because today’ s building codes are airtight, it often improves energy efficiency but limits airflow, which allows pollutants, like CO, nitrogen dioxide, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and bacteria and viruses, to build up, negatively impacting the health of building occupants.
The need for fresh, clean, indoor air only continues to grow, driven by the aging population and the increasing rates of asthma and allergies in children.
In order to efficiently deliver outside air to the home, Airwoods offfer solutions that intelligently ventilate the whole home, The ventilator helps control relative humidity (RH) in the home during periods when the air conditioning system does not run long enough to remove sufficient moisture. If the air conditioner can satisfy RH requirements, the unit’s compressor shuts off. The ventilator also optimizes energy savings by locking out ventilation during the hottest or coldest times of the day.
Post time: Aug-27-2017