Getting the Low Down on Air Flow
Sometimes, understanding the complexities of ventilation in apartment buildings can be difficult. And finding solutions to problems can be even more vexing.
That's where Energy-Efficient Ventilation for Apartment Buildings may come in handy. This guide provides definitions, descriptions and approaches to diagnose ventilation needs and to design energy-efficient systems that will achieve short and long-term benefits.
Prepared by staff at the Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory, the guide offers solutions to maximize performance, productivity, air quality and energy efficiency in apartment buildings.
To obtain a free copy of the ventilation guide, contact Jack Osterman in the Energy Office, email at email@example.com
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