“In teaching and learning spaces, in the absence of any major pollutants, carbon dioxide is taken to be the key indicator of ventilation performance for the control of indoor air quality” Download SST’s White Paper on The Importance of Monitoring CO2 levels in Education Buildings
This article explains the pros and cons of the various types of Zirconia Oxygen Sensors. It helps explain the differences in measuring principles and illustrates which sensors various industries use.
An interesting article from Wikipedia on Cubic Zirconia. It explains the difference between cubic zirconia and diamonds. Available from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cubic_zirconia
This article is from Wikipedia Encyclopedia and gives an overview of Zirconium Dioxide technology. Available from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zirconium_dioxide
This is an interesting article which can teach our customers more on Zirconium Dioxide Technology. This article provides a detailed overview on zirconia. Please download if you would like to learn more.
Article on Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Health Symptoms in Schools Apte, .M.G., Angell, W.J., and Daisey, J. M., (2000) Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Health Symptoms in Schools: An Analysis of Existing Information, In: Indoor Air
Article on Carbon Dioxide monitoring for educational building ventilation control Dearden, C., and Dwyer, T. (2007) “CPD Module S4: Carbon Dioxide monitoring for educational building ventilation control”, London South Bank University.
Article on Indoor Air Quality in Schools Sundersingh, D., and Bearg, D. W., (2003) “Indoor Air Quality in Schools (IAQ): The Importance of Monitoring Carbon Dioxide Levels”. Institution: Design Share Minneapolis, MN.
Article on Ventilation Rates in Schools Clements-Croome, D., Awbi, H., Coley, D. and Williams, M. (2008) “Ventilation Rates in Schools” Construction Management and Engineering Department, University of Reading
Article on; Schooled in IAQ – Shroades, R. L. (2006) “Schooled in IAQ”. Available from World Wide Web: http://www.facilitiesnet..com/iaq/article/Schooled-in-IAQ–4832
Would you like to find our more on the Building Regulations in the UK? Please download for FREE the Building Bulletin 101 – Ventilation of School Buildings, DfES (BB101)
Article on Indoor Air Quality, “Sick Building Syndrome and Indoor Climate Control”, Fowler, S. Available from World Wide Web; http://www.habmigern2003.info/PDF/carbon-dioxide.pdf date accessed 08/09/2009