- Ships are the specific objects, where closed compartments operate in different zones of weather and climate – thus spaces require an artificial microclimate forming. The majority of built ships are designed for unlimited swimming area, as vessels which are fully air-conditioned, with a full air treatment process , ie. heating and cooling; humidification and dehumidification; filtration .
- The purpose of designers and performers of ventilation and air–conditioning systems is striving to create a comfortable heated environment for the vessel`s passengers and crew . But in reality during vessel standard operation thermal parameters and humidity in living rooms and workplaces crew may be changed to such a degree that the thermal environment will not meet sanitary regulations in force for the flag. But in reality during operation of the unit may be changed of thermal parameters and humidity in living rooms and workplaces crew to such an extent that they do not heat the environment will not meet sanitary regulations in force for the flag.
- From the above described reasons are carried out periodically environmental investigations of heat in living areas (passengers and crew), and in crew work spaces, and based on the results of measurements are introduced the necessary changes in the operation of the ventilation and air conditioning equipment, which will reduce discomfort or thermal load of people staying on the a watercraft in a given area.
Our scope of measurements (according to suitable rules) is as follows:
- air temperature measurement;
- relative humidity measurements;
- intensity of the heat radiation measurements.
The areas covered by the investigations are:
- crew work environment;
- accommodation and living spaces of crew and passengers.