Author Archives: Peter Dickason

Communally Ducted Ventilation Systems: Smart Smoke Protection and Automatic Mechanical Balancing

Communal ducting servicing numerous dwellings are widespread across the country, and although have their benefits, can also lead to issues. The main issues being faced are; smoke spreading through the ducting, with the possibility of smoke migrating into other dwellings; and the balancing of the system, especially when updating the mechanical parts. Smart Smoke Protection […]

Ventilation: An Effective Way to Deal with Dampness and Condensation

According to a study conducted by the World Health Organisation, “In Europe, an estimated 10–50% (depending on the country) of the indoor environments where human beings live, work and play are damp. Too much moisture makes a home stuffy and gives it a faint odour. Humid walls create a coldness that makes more heating necessary […]

A Guide to Measuring Humidity

Humidity can be expressed in different ways which can lead to confusion if the incorrect term is used. This guide explains the different terms and how they are used in practise. Relative humidity (RH) Expressed commonly as a percentage value ‘%rh’, this refers to how saturated a gas (or space) is with water vapour compared […]

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