Reference case: Sophie Scholl vocational school
The Sophie Scholl school is making way, not only in Germany but in most part of Europe, in terms of considerations made to the indoor climate in an educational environment. Sincere focus has been paid to create an indoor climate favourable for learning and comfort.
Sufficient ventilation, heating and cooling (HVAC) in a school building might be thought of as complicated and expensive. But, with well chosen units, such as air handlers with energy recovery and systems for demand controlled ventilation, an HVAC-solution is advanced, not complicated, enough to handle various use scenarios of an educational environment. Such solution is also energy-efficient compared to basic ventilation, or even worse, compared to opening the window. Learn more in the reference case about the Sophie Scholl school.