Ventilation after double glazing installation?

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Ventilation after double glazing installation?

Postby Sergey » Tue Jun 06, 2017 6:27 pm

Hi everyone
I had double glazed windows installed in 3 bedrooms.
Since then, I did the overnight recording of CO2 in the room with 2 adults sleeping (door is slightly open).
Well, CO2 was climbing from about 450-500ppm to about 2000ppm =(
Now that I finished the glazing project, I now need to start a new one - ventilation.
Any suggestions?
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Re: Ventilation after double glazing installation?

Postby australsolarier » Sun Jul 30, 2017 1:38 pm

what has ventilation got to do with double glazing?

if you are worried about co2, just leave the window open. that is what i am doing and i never measured co2 levels. other people sleeping with closed windows never measured co2 levels and they are still healthy and lead a happy life
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Re: Ventilation after double glazing installation?

Postby ilmessaggio » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:30 am

I don't understand the criteria under which you are installing ventilation however there's no point in saying what has already been said at
http://www.condorkinetic.com.au/blog.html
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