Studio Ventillation

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Bharathj63
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Studio Ventillation

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Can the studio Ventillation be done just bu using cassete indoor units which has an air inlet via PVC pipes?
I don't want to have a seperate Ventillation for my needs as they are for fairly small rooms of dimentions 22'/11' and 16'/11'.
Opening the door isbthe only way to exhaust air. This which when I asked other studio owners say they open all doors at night so in the morning it will be fresh and lasts them the entire day.
I have to 2T cassest AC from blue Star.
Some guidance will be helpful!
Also I am having the sound isolation, doors and windows done a professional Acoustics company.
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Re: Studio Ventillation

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The basic requirement for ventilation is 15 cubic feet per minute (0.42 cubic meters) per person.

The ventilation system (fresh air) must have entry and exhaust as well since a studio room is (or should be) air-tight.

Does your proposed system meet these minimum criteria? :)
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Re: Studio Ventillation

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What's the most effective way to measure this is this is not a standard install. Any equipment or measuring methods to determine the CFM coming in the studio?
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