The main cause of most heat and cooling problems in facilities is rarely temperature alone. In fact, most of the time the main issue at hand is air movement.
If a closed facility lacks air movement, it essentially acts like an oven; fresh air can’t get in and old air can’t get out. The building is holding in all the heat and keeping fresh air from circulating through the entirety of the space. Air is rarely being exchanged, and consequently temperatures inside the facility tend to rise uncontrollably in Summer months.
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