Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011
Subjective experiments were conducted to evaluate the effect of a streamer plasma air purifier on perceived air quality, SBS symptoms and performance of office work during 5-hour exposure of 32 recruited subjects in field laboratory in which real materials were used to establishing a realistic level of air pollution. Intensity of SBS symptoms were indicated using visual-analogue scales. Subjects’ performance was evaluated with several computer tasks. The results show that operation of the air purifiers improved perceived air quality and reduced the odor intensity of indoor air. Eye dryness symptom was found significantly improved when the air purifiers were used but no other SBS symptoms or performance of office work were improved when the air purifiers were in operation compared to the condition when they were off.
|Conference||7th International Symposium on Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning|
|Period||06/11/11 → 09/11/11|
- Indoor air quality, Air cleaning, Perceived air quality, SBS symptoms and productivity
Loading map data...
No data available