Fig xA An overview of existing types of

Fresh air requirements [13].Type ARRY-380 buildingMinimum air change per hourCFAa per minute per occupantAttic spaces (for cooling)12–15Auditoriums820–30Boiler rooms15–20College classrooms20–30Dining rooms (hotel)5Engine rooms4–6Factory buildings (ordinary manufacturing)2–4Factory buildings (extreme fumes or moisture)10–15Foundries15–20Galvanizing plants20–30Garages (repair)20–30Garages (storage)4–6Homes (night cooling)9–17Hospitals (general)40–50Hospitals (children?s)35–40Hospitals (contagious diseases)80–90Kitchens (hotel)10–20Kitchens (restaurant)10–20Libraries (public)4Laundries10–15Mills (paper)15–20Mills (textile-general buildings)4Mills (textile-dyehouses)15–20Offices (public)3Offices (private)4Pickling halophiles plants10–15Pump rooms5Restaurants8–12Schools (grade)15–25Schools (high)30–35Shops (machine)5Shops (paint)15–20Shops (railroad)5Shops (woodworking)5Substations (electric)5–10Theatres10–15Turbine rooms (electric)5–10Warehouses2Waiting rooms (public)4aCubic feet air.Full-size tableTable optionsView in workspaceDownload as CSV