Ensure adequate oxygenation rates, avoid the accumulation of carbon dioxide and prevent the concentration of pathogens from the metabolism of the occupants.
High rates of carbon dioxide (CO2) are known to cause loss of concentration, drowsiness, heaviness, and headaches.
It is also known that CO2 is the product of our metabolism:
by breathing we take in oxygen and emit carbon dioxide. This aspect takes on particular importance in this period of pandemic linked to the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that, beyond the consequences on the health of all of us, imposes limits on the normal activities and personal contacts.