Wolgelenter, Nina; Taber, Christian
May 2013
Construction Specifier;May2013, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p44
Trade Publication
Indoor aquatic facilities often harbor poor indoor air quality (IAQ), which can result in health-related symptoms. Many of today's IAQ issues revolve around the type of chlorine used, community water supplies, and tighter building envelopes that trap contaminants indoors, making these facilities unable to perform to the levels expected of them. One constant, however, is the need for air movement to help move the chloramine gases and keep the chloramine concentration levels to a minimum in the breathing zone. INSET: DESIGNING WATERPARK.


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