Most U.S. buildings don’t have this kind of ventilation system, but it could prevent COVID-19 spread

22 March 2021 Tate
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“Multiple studies and reports have suggested that, if designed properly, thermal displacement has the potential to be more effective in preventing exposure to airborne particles than in the traditional setup, including studies that have considered SARS-CoV-2 specifically. The Environmental Protection Agency has also recommended that “designers should investigate” the system because it “successfully uses natural convection forces to reduce fan energy and carefully lift air contaminants up and away from the breathing zone.”
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