Smoke control: Getting it right

Most fire deaths are not caused by burns, but by smoke inhalation. Often, smoke incapacitates so quickly people are overcome and cannot make it to an otherwise accessible exit. Given the nature of many modern buildings (e.g. high-rise) where it will take several minutes, if not hours, to evacuate...
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The State of HVLS Technology

Since the original high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) fan prototype came to market more than 15 years ago, there have been significant technology and design developments improving the way they function. Confidence in the product has grown with architects and engineers through the establishment of an Air Movement and Control Association...
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Circulating good indoor air quality

What is invisible to the eye is often still prevalent to the other senses. Indoor aquatic facilities, despite being open and vast, often harbor poor indoor air quality (IAQ), which can result in occupational asthmatic-related issues, throat, nasal, and eye irritation, and other health-related symptoms.
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