Resource pages for "Temperature"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The Airthings Virus Risk Indicator feature for Airthings for Business customers helps people understand their IAQ and how it contributes to spreading airborne viruses, providing personalized insights that will allow them to minimize the risk.
A study from Condair shows raising air humidity by humidification reduces the risk of virus spread in hospitals and other buildings at low-cost and without causing negative effects.
The NSF-funded project will help researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute study how factors such as classroom temperature, ventilation, and lighting impact students.
Can the temperature of a room affect a buyer’s eagerness to buy an item—or haggle for a good deal?
…stay out of these 10 moist metros. A new ranking reveals this year’s America's Sweatiest Cities.
New research shows having personal control of your workspace, such as lighting and temperature, improves overall workplace productivity and engagement.
Even if there’s no rain in the forecast, painting under conditions in which temperatures or humidity are too extreme can mean all your hard work could wind up being for naught.
A environmental sensor-based system that provides monitoring and alerting services for the mechanical spaces of buildings.
Vortec Enclosure Coolers keep electrical and electronic enclosures cool, clean, and protected.
Office temperature is often a bone of contention between staff, with some struggling to work from the heat, while others wrap up in sweaters and gloves to stave off a chill.
Overall, more than a quarter (27%) of workers describe the temperature at their work place as "too hot." On the flip side, 19% reported that the temperature was "too cold," while 54% said it was "just right."
Survey also finds that nearly four in five participants (78%) are less productive at work when they are too hot or too cold.