Optimizing Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems

Optimizing Dedicated Outdoor-Air Systems

This article discusses dedicated outdoor-air systems (DOAS), which supply cooled, dehumidified outside air to buildings during summer and heated outside air during winter.

Though vital to maintaining good indoor-air quality, outdoor air can be expensive to temper and, if not conditioned properly, cause humidity problems in a building. Increasingly, designers are finding dedicated outdoor-air systems (DOAS) to be an energy-efficient and easily verifiable way to comply with ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality.

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