QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Air Conditioning Systems For Libraries

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Air Conditioning Systems For Libraries

Libraries are very specialized environments, as all facility managers know. So when it comes time to replace an aging air conditioning system, facility managers in these environments benefit from various sources of input.


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Libraries are very specialized environments, as all facility managers know. So when it comes time to replace an aging air conditioning system, facility managers in these environments benefit from various sources of input.

Posted by Heidi Schwartz

This Question of the Week comes from the IFMA group on LinkedIn.

I am planning to replace the aging air conditioning system in a library. Are there any recommended HVAC systems or special functions that are especially suitable for this environment?

Felix Lam
Property Manager
St. Stephen’s College
Hong Kong

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