If the windows are closed and there is no mechanical ventilation with outside air intake, if the windows and the rest of the house are new and very tight, the exposure could be significantly reduced.
What does OAI stand for?
OAI stands for Outside Air Intake
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- Operations, Activities, and Investments (US DoD)
- Optical Associates Inc.
- Optional Additional Insurance (life insurance)
- Oracle Academic Initiative
- Organizational Activity Interface
- Organizational Assessment and Improvement (National Cemetery Administration; US VA)
- Organizational Assessment Instrument (US DHHS)
- Other Accompanying Information (federal finances)
- Outdoor Advertising Incorporated
- Outlook Add-In
- Oxford Asymmetry International (pharmaceuticals)
- Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut (German: Austrian Archaeological Institute; Austria)
- Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
- Oakland Association of Insurance Agents (Oakland, CA)
- Ontario Association for Impact Assessment (Canada)
- Open Arm-Induced Antinociception
- Oregon Association of Independent Accountants
- Old-Age Insurance Benefits (US SSA)
- Orta Anadolu Ihracatçi Birlikleri (Central Anatolian Exporters Unions)
- Osama American in Bondage (Sam Time book)
Samples in periodicals archive:
HVAC units will be 16 SEER or greater, and highly efficient filters will be provided for all outside air intakes.
For example, savings are being found from demand-controlled ventilation that monitors the carbon dioxide content of air to ensure health code compliance, while minimizing outside air intake.
The outside air intake into the building ranged from 20 to 50 cubic feet per minute per person, corresponding to a 1,000 to 600 parts per million indoor carbon dioxide level.
Some suggested solutions: Air Conditioning Air conditioning systems require some form of outside air intakes.