acceptable air quality

acceptable air quality

Inside a building, air that is free of harmful concentrations of contaminants and that is judged acceptable to at least 80% of the building’s occupants.
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He pointed out that brown and purple color will indicate a dangerous level of pollution, orange will indicate a level dangerous for sensitive people and children, red will be for the very dangerous level of pollution for all, yellow for a slightly better quality of air, and green for acceptable air quality.
12016 prescribes an amount of outdoor air that, per the 2015 ASHRAE Handbook--HVAC Applications section on natatoriums, (2) is intended to provide acceptable air quality for an average pool using chlorine as the primary disinfectant (see Table 1).
5 nanograms per cubic meter would be an acceptable air quality over a 12-month, annual basis in the Territory of Akwesasne.
In this interview with Laboratory Equipment, the EPA explains what substances and in what quantities, are permissible to maintain an acceptable air quality within the U.
If the ventilation rates specified in this prescriptive procedure are provided, acceptable air quality is presumed to result.
2] in a space and controlling outdoor air intake to provide acceptable air quality.
Monitoring alone for specific pollutants in a building will not ensure acceptable air quality.
While not directly enforceable in existing buildings, it can serve as a valuable guideline for assuring acceptable air quality and defining the limits of liability.
In both cases, forced ventilation is needed to maintain acceptable air quality, because occupants usually cannot open windows for energy, noise and security reasons.
Acceptable air quality can be maintained for most RTUs with a single return air [CO.
5 million commercial buildings in the United States offer less than acceptable air quality, and ranks IAQ among the five most important environmental issues.
Full load often meant the minimum flows to achieve acceptable air quality, which in some cases could be significantly greater than the ventilation requirement, particularly for short stacks.