The pandemic has seen a large increase of questions regarding ventilation in schools, as naturally parents, students and teachers want to ensure the safety of everyone within the school.
Poorly ventilated rooms can be measured through the amount of CO2 levels present within a room. Even long before COVID19, increased levels of CO2 have shown to have an impact on student productivity and ability to focus and therefore learn.
If a classroom has few windows, or are unable to completely open windows when necessary, installing a ventilation system can help to ensure a flow of clean air to circulate around the classroom.
For more information on measuring levels of CO2 in your school, please visit the HSE website for further details.