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Ventilation and COVID-19 | Health and Safety Executive ...

The Covid-19 virus can spread from an infected person’s mouth or nose in small liquid particles when they cough, sneeze, speak, sing or breathe heavily. These liquid particles are different sizes, ranging from larger ‘respiratory droplets’ to smaller ‘aerosols’. The virus can also be spread through contact with contaminated surfaces, hence the guidance to socially distance and wash hands regularly.

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ASHRAE® Recommendations for COVID-19

control strategy that reduces outdoor airflow during periods of partial occupancy, typically using a carbon dioxide (CO2) sensor, an occupancy sensor, or some other means of counting people. Disabling DCV will keep outdoor airflow high (at “design occupancy” levels) to improve dilution. And if building occupancy is going to be limited (to 25

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Demand-Controlled Ventilation (DCV) - SVACH

Designers assume that controlling CO2 controls all occupancy-related pollutants. CO2 sensors are relatively precise, reliable, and inexpensive compared to other types of DCV pollutant sensors. Occupancy sensors count occupants and regulate ventilation airflow accordingly. A major purpose of ventilation systems is to control relative humidity. Relative humidity (Rh) compares air’s water vapor …

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Chilean scientists repurpose CO2 monitors to stop COVID ...

23/06/2021· Carbon dioxide concentration, as well as temperature and humidity levels, are transmitted by radio signals to a control panel, which can monitor dozens of sensors at the same time. "CO2 sensors have been around for a long time, but the difference is that they had not previously been considered to confront coronavirus contagion," Finger said.

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