The quest for energy efficiency has led to very good insulation in residential buildings. While this is very good for the environment and electricity bills, it is having unintended consequences stair lobbies, corridors and entrance halls, which tend to overheat.
Using the equipment specified to provide smoke control of the common areas, it is possible to provide a simple and effective cross flow ventilation system to extract warm, stale air from these spaces and their ceiling voids.
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This white paper explains why the need for new approaches to ventilation has arisen and what systems can be used to help reduce the temperatures in corridors within residential buildings.