10 Purposes of Ventilation in Buildings
Following are the 10 purposes of ventilation in buildings:
1. To create air circulation.
2. To prevent the inappropriate accumulation of carbon dioxide and moisture.
3. Ventilation is provided to prevent oxygen depletion in the air.
4. To avoid flammable gas vapour or dust concentration.
5. Ventilation is provided to prevent an excessive concentration of particles which carrying bacteria.
6. To stop undue body odours, fumes, dust, and other industrial products from being concentrated.
7. To avoid room condensation.
8. To remove heat which releases from the body and from the other equipment.
9. Ventilation is provided to receiving fresh air and pushing out contaminated air.
10. To avoid suffocating situations in board halls, cinema halls and other such buildings where the periodic characteristic is mass assembly.