Vertical Laminar air flow is a term used to describe an air movement that happens in the atmosphere on its own. In the natural world, wind blows rapidly upward and vertically before dispersing horizontally. Lenticular clouds are a type of natural phenomenon.
To ensure that the temperature is consistent throughout the whole space, vertical laminar air flow is used. As a result, problems with mould and mildew are less likely to arise from the room's inconsistent temperature.
How does vertical laminar air flow work?
Cooling occurs when air moves higher. It becomes warmer as it drops. The air flows horizontally once more as it hits the ground. Thus, a continuous cooling and heating cycle is produced.
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