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comfort zone

[′kəm·fərt ‚zōn]
(engineering)
The ranges of indoor temperature, humidity, and air movement, under which most persons enjoy mental and physical well-being. Also known as comfort standard.

comfort zone

In a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning system, the range in temperature, humidity, and air movement that most of the building’s occupants consider to be comfortable.

comfort zone

The range of temperature, humidity, and air movement most suitable for human enjoyment. The aim is to have these values in the passenger cabin.
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