This book provides you with the benefit of both good and bad experiences in indoor air quality management over the past decade. The case studies are presented with commentary to guide you in capturing the lessons learned. Each case study contains the details you need to fully understand what went right as well as what went wrong. The insightful analysis presented with each case is designed to assist you in generalizing the results for applicability to other types of settings. Supporting technical and scientific data is presented for each case.Without regular maintenance, unchecked fungal growth will occur and may cause indoor air problems. ... When inspecting these areas, a checklist is recommended to be sure that you have checked all aspects of the system. ... and must be drained away: air handling units, dehumidification and humidification equipment, perimeter fan coil units, and air handling equipment for special-purpose space.
|Title||:||Indoor Air Quality Case Studies Reference Guide|
|Author||:||George J. Benda|
|Publisher||:||The Fairmont Press, Inc. - 1999|