Conditioning Is Essential If Windows Canít Be Opened
The Necessity of
Air Conditioning When Windows Need to Be Shut:
Air conditioning is
ideal when windows canít be opened due to noise pollution, aircraft
flight paths or road fume issues. In big cities opening a window can let
in all sorts of noise pollution, road dust and dirt, heavy traffic fumes
as well as aircraft noise, pedestrian noise and road noise. A
good example of this is a hotel bedroom close to a busy road with
constant traffic and pedestrians. If you were to open a window then the
street noise would make it uncomfortable to sleep. Most of us have
experienced this when staying in a large city close to a metropolitan
area with busy streets, active night life and busy airport. In most
high-end hotels air conditioning is standard especially next to airports
A good example of this is a hotel bedroom close to a busy road with constant traffic and pedestrians. If you were to open a window then the street noise would make it uncomfortable to sleep. Most of us have experienced this when staying in a large city close to a metropolitan area with busy streets, active night life and busy airport. In most high-end hotels air conditioning is standard especially next to airports flight paths.
and Air Exchange to Keep High Density Areas Fresh:
The same issue with
noise can be found in most office environments where traffic noise would
make working conditions impossible to do business in. Busy well
populated offices can become very stuffy and uncomfortable if they are
not air conditioned which can become a real issue for productivity when
temperatures begin to rise in the summer months. High density areas may
also require air
exchange which refreshes the air and makes it less stuffy which is
said to make workers more productive due to the increased oxygen levels.
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Last updated - 12/03/2019