Are buildings with low humidity really healthy buildings?
Upcoming webinar | 13 December 2023 | 15:00-16:00 (CET)
Lecturers: Walter Hugentobler, Pawel Wargocki, Timo Schreck & Mikael Börjesson
In Northern Europe, the indoor relative humidity levels sometimes drop as low as 10-15% during winter (compared to the desired indoor relative humidity of 40-60%). Is it really healthy to be inside buildings with such low humidity levels? All about interesting facts, research and findings from the perspective of medicine, indoor environmental quality and building systems, including HVAC & ventilation.
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Good ventilation is always needed
As a proper ventilation keeps the air fresh in a building. Ventilation refers to the exchange of outdoor and indoor air. Good ventilation provides a healthy and productive environment.
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