Excess amounts of humid air entering a retail space can create an uncomfortable store environment.
Not only does humid air make consumers and employees feel cold and clammy, but it causes the store’s HVAC systems to work harder in order to reach ideal temperatures and results in higher energy bills. HVAC designers are faced with the challenge to meet sensible and latent cooling requirements, while reducing carbon footprint and ensuring greater energy efficiency. The retail industry has realized higher sales and lower operating costs when installing a more efficient, high performing HVAC system that creates a comfortable, healthy environment to work and shop in.
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