Munters provides cost-effective air treatment products for multi-unit facilities.
Providing proper heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to multi-unit buildings is a major challenge for engineers and designers. In addition to the usual sleeping rooms and hallways, many have areas such as atriums, interior corridors, kitchens, laundry rooms, meeting rooms, and indoor pools and spas. Each of these spaces has unique requirements for air movement, temperature, humidity and pressure control. If one area is not properly ventilated, or suffers a moisture related problem such as mold, the entire building is ultimately at risk. People naturally want a clean, fresh smelling room that is maintained at a comfortable temperature and humidity level.
ASHRAE has specific guidelines to the design and construction of the hotel that must be considered. Some hotel chain specifications require that the hotel be pressurized with dehumidified fresh air via a centralized make-up air system. This approach eliminates moisture at its source prior to entering the building, while maintaining a lower dew point to the space.
With the lower dew point maintained by a Munters system, the chance of mold and mildew is greatly reduced. Rooms feel more comfortable and don’t have odors.
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Air Quality (Human Comfort)
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is compromised by pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold, mildew and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).Read more
Corrosion, or the oxidation of metal, is heavily influenced by the presence of moisture in the air.Read more
When water evaporates it becomes water vapour. When this comes into contact with cool surfaces, condensation drips onto walls, ceilings and productsRead more
Ice/Frost Build Up
Ice and frost in and on chilled and frozen food effects productivity, quality and safety.Read more
Mold and Bacteria
Moist air which is laden with bacteria can increase the potential for contamination in production and storage.Read more
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