Today in age climate control in public and private spaces is no longer a luxury but a necessity. We must not focus only on a comfortable temperature in a climate controlled space but also on the proper level of humidity for closed spaces.
High humidity brings infestations of mites and increases the possibility of dangerous chemical substances such as formaldehyde infiltrating and being transmitted through the air inside buildings.
These problems in buildings and houses are eliminated when relative humidity is lowered below 50%.
This percentage of humidity is reached by precisely calculating the requirements of the space to be climate controlled and by installing the most suitable equipment.
Climate control systems should also provide an optimum air quality taking into account the use of every space. In this context, it is imperative to use and treat outside air in order to guarantee the comfort and well-being of the users.