TV production spaces: ventilation systems

Argibay, Antonio
January 2009
Broadcast Engineering;Jan2009, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on the several factors that need to be considered by television production studios in the installation of ventilation systems. These include evaluating the watts produced by studio lightings, selecting the appropriate cooling system and assessing whether the cooling system is a contributor of noise in the studio. In addition, architects should have enough knowledge on the issues that need to be addressed in implementation of air-conditioning systems.


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