Most school air conditioning systems achieve the proper ventilation rate. However, not all school A/C systems provide good indoor air quality, and that may lead to a rise in communicable diseases, and in some cases, harm student and teacher performance. In other words, the air in some schools is making students sick. Commercial air handling equipment is designed to not only condition (cool or heat) a space, but also provide ventilation rates with the proper cubic-foot-per-minute (CFM) per ...

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