Jaga Heating Products, a leading manufacturer of energy-efficient heating solutions, has released the second in its series of informative e-guides: Heating and Ventilation in Schools.
Available as a free download from the Jaga UK website, this e-guide details considerations for specifiers when choosing heating and ventilation solutions for schools, as well as advice on the most suitable options available.
Managing director Phil Marris said: “Our second e-guide targets communities involved in the specification of heating and ventilating systems in educational institutions by tailoring each approach to suit the intended outcome. Jaga’s informative and user-friendly guides further enhance our stature as a complete solutions provider in the HVAC industry, catering to a range of different applications.”
UK schools today accommodate approximately 10 million students, who spend almost a third of their formative years in school. Consequently, these premises should be considered the most pivotal indoor space for children outside of their homes and must be equipped to provide a suitable, safe environment in which they can learn.
In line with the University of Reading’s School of Construction Management and Engineering¹’s 2011 study Ventilation Rates in Schools and Pupils’ Performance, which proved that low ventilation rates can have a detrimental impact on pupils concentration, the guide offers comprehensive solutions for optimum ventilation while adhering to stringent national and building regulations.
Download Jaga’s Heating and Ventilation in Schools e-guide at www.jaga.co.uk/technical-support/eguides.