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Fresh Air Systems in Education
No Carbon Dioxide Overloading
One of the biggest problems that has been discovered with most traditional fresh air systems is that in a sealed classroom, the levels of carbon dioxide can rise rather rapidly.
This fast becomes an issue as it can lead to drowsiness in students, headaches, and thus reduced learning capabilities.
In other words, the older fresh air systems can actually end up being counter-productive in this regard.