Public premises require a certain proportion of outdoor air in the ventilation, which means that moisture is introduced into the premises during parts of the year via the ventilation. Humidity and temperature should be kept relatively constant at a level below 55% RH to avoid corrosion and mold growth. Moisture affects the entire building, from the building elements themselves to those in the building and their health! Materials and equipment stored or used on the premises can also be damaged by too high a moisture level with corrosion or mold formation.

high demands on air quality

Buildings and premises where we stay regularly and for a long time, place high demands on air quality. Public premises require a certain proportion of outdoor air to be introduced in the ventilation.

Even materials that are stored or used within the premises can be damaged by too high a moisture level with corrosion or mould formation. Poor indoor air quality leads to headaches, fatigue, asthma (and other airway related problems) and difficulty concentrating, resulting in a less productive workplace.

Schools and apartment blocks

  • Attics
  • Basement storage
  • Crawl space

Sports facilities

  • Storage rooms
  • Smaller Ice hockey rinks

Hospitals

  • Basement storage
  • Paths and spaces under ground
  • Water and sewerage facilitites