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December 30, 2015

History of ventilation: Carbon dioxide as an indicator of indoor air pollution in 1858!

In 1858, the German scientist Max von Pettenkofer was interested in the "air toxins", i.e. smells of the crowded room. He did not know what it was to poisons, how dangerous they were, or how to measure them, but were content to proceed with the measurement of carbon......

AUTHOR: Daniel Olsson

December 16, 2015

History of ventilation: Poor ventilation in the British Parliament in 1852, despite the large investments!

After the experience of the House of temporary building was the goal of the new permanent parliament building would also have a good indoor climate. The contract was also this…...

AUTHOR: Daniel Olsson