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room air

Unmodified, ambient air. The typical oxygen concentration is 21%.
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Good air flow, as higher CADR means fewer room air cleaners may be needed.
In addition, factors that influence the development of the CBL, such as room air temperature, body posture, and table positioning would also impact the pollution distribution around the human body, and, therefore, it is necessary to establish the mutual relationships between them and personal exposure.
Only then can we begin to believe the claims of room air motion, acoustics, and energy savings we see in designs.
Supplemental oxygen should be considered for infants who don't respond within 90 seconds to ventilation with room air.
The evidence against buying a room air filter is strong enough that medical societies should issue policy statements to dissuade allergic patients from wasting their money on them, said Dr.
The unit conditions the outside air to approximate the temperature of room air, allowing users to comfortably create a "respiratory clean room" in any season.
This 10-degree outside air mixes with heated room air, is drawn past the fire, then exhausted up the chimney.
Moreover, sizable drops in the output of appliances and room air conditioners contributed to a 1.
There are three common types of air conditioners: separate room air conditioners, central air conditioners, and electric heat pumps.
The study group inhaled steam through both nostril while the control inhaled room air.
The specific product segments analyzed are Room Air Conditioners, and Packaged Air Conditioners.
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