Using Demand-Controlled Ventilation in HVAC

Oct. 18, 2019

Consulting-Specifying Engineer

Traditionally, HVAC designs are developed with the average climate conditions in mind. Engineers designing high-performance buildings should consider the various factors that go into improving indoor air and environmental quality. With his 25+ years of experience in the building automation and controls industry, Southland Engineering Manager Michael Phillips identifies some ways to improve energy efficiency on how to use DCV to decrease the amount of ventilation required in a space and improve overall air quality for occupants.

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As an MEP building systems expert, Southland Industries provides integrated, full lifecycle solutions that optimize the design, construction, operation, and efficiency of buildings. Through collaborative partnerships with our clients and the collective expertise of our people, we create premier built environments and future-ready spaces where communities and businesses can thrive. 

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