air circulation

air circulation

Natural or imparted motion of air.
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is it true that compost bins must have holes in the side for air circulation?" asks Micky Thompson, of Taunton, Somerset.
The refrigerator features forced air circulation for temperature uniformity.
The air circulation helps to maintain a natural skin environment.
Each booth consists of a large high containment safe-working area, with which an air circulation system ensures that air flows from ceiling to floor, pushing any dusts downward away from the operator's breathing zone, into the low-level rearwall extract grilles.
Combine poor air circulation with interior building products that are giving off gases and solvents and you've got a "sick" building.
Besides scenery, the windowed inner wall provides the bedroom with daylight, air circulation, and acoustical privacy.
Solid shelves come with a rolled front or V-marine edge to contain spillage, while the open-wire shelves permit maximum air circulation. Shelves range from 12 to 15 inches wide and from 24 to 72 inches long.
An optional fan unit increases air circulation around stored scopes, and a keyless-entry lock system is also available.
For use Where hygienic storage conditions are paramount, and to permit air circulation to sensitive products, the new 1825mm high shelving system is available in five standard widths up to 1500mm.
In the years since Legionnaires disease killed 29 members of the American Legion at their annual meeting in Philadelphia 15 years ago, it has been learned that certain biological contaminants of indoor air - molds, fungi, bacteria and dust mites - can produce symptoms in some individuals, and that poor air circulation, odors and tobacco smoke can trigger a variety of symptoms and complaints.
So does poor air circulation among plants set too closely together.