Ventilation systems for car parks and service areas

Design guide

Ventilation systems for car parks and service areas

by Colt International Ltd

Ventilation systems for car parks, loading bays and service areas are needed to achieve two objectives. Day-to-day ventilation is needed to control build-up of vehicle exhaust fumes or spilled fuel. Acceptable day-to-day air quality is maintained by removing exhaust gases produced by vehicles and by ensuring that there are no pockets of stagnant air. Smoke ventilation is needed to provide a means of clearing smoke from the car park during and after a fire. This will limit smoke temperatures and structural damage and inhibit smoke spread between floors. This leaflet: Provides an understanding of the legislative framework Explains how ventilation systems can both help meet legislative requirements and achieve design objectives Looks at the equipment options.

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