Critical Environments are spaces within a building where highly controlled processes take place. These are typically room conditions where safety of personnel and the protection of assets is essential.
Whenever high-consequence applications take place, it is critical to have the engineered HVAC system operating reliably and at peak efficiency. This ensures the room’s environment is designed to meet stringent controls for clean air, room pressure relationships, air change rate, temperature, humidity, and the management of airborne particulates. In most Critical Environment applications, regulatory agencies perform periodic inspections of operational facilities to ensure they are compliant with HVAC codes and guidelines in each specific industry. These codes exist to establish standards of HVAC performance and reliability that are meaningful to the primary goals of personnel safety and protection of assets.
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