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Massage room ventilation

Massage room ventilation

Massage room ventilation

I am interest if massage room needs ventilation and if needs how is the specification.

RE: Massage room ventilation

If consider the massage room is health club, then ASHRAE recommends 20 cfm/person and .06 cfm/sqft.

RE: Massage room ventilation

If it's an occupied space, then code requires ventilation.

Code allows you to find the closest related space type to use. Also realize that code may not state a required ventilation rate, but an exhaust rate will be required. If you exhaust, you need to make-up, and that's how ventilation ties into the equation.

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