Even though the global Covid-19 pandemic is retreating, it is still around. Despite that, countries worldwide are opening their education facilities and Austria is not an exemption. Schools are preparing their premises with the most advanced technologies that could add to the health safety of children coming back to the classrooms. One of them - Lehranstalt für Landwirtschaft und Ernährung sowie Lebensmittel- und Biotechnologie (HBLFA) in Strass, Austria. This school trusted FabricAir, a leading fabric-based air distribution solutions manufacturer, with a new ventilation system for classrooms.
„Health safety is of the utmost importance in indoor facilities. Especially, when we are talking about the good health of our children. We are happy that HBLFA chose FabricAir for the design of a new air distribution system. It is never too late to go towards higher standards in indoor air quality and our solutions are more efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective comparing to the conventional technologies”, says Serud Ahmad, Country Manager for Germany and Austria at FabricAir.
The school was equipped with Combi 80 ducts of 0,4mm laser cut microperforated fabric which allows obtaining an optimal 0,2 m/s air velocity, suitable for a comfortable and draft-less environment. This fabric, used for the classrooms, is fire retardant and coated with silver thus, making it antimicrobial. The ceiling-mounted system also prevents the risks of condensation formation.
As this air distribution system proves to be efficient and add to the health quality of the children, it is planned to be installed in around 100 schools in Germany as well.