Fresh Air Creates Healthy Spaces at University Aquatic Center

Read our case study to learn how Innovent pool units use fresh air to dehumidify and remove chloramine-contaminated air, improving indoor air quality at a Big 10 University.



ASHRAE Journal Article

Innovent's high-outdoor-air pool ventilation strategy made the cover of ASHRAE Journal. Click here to read all about it.




HPAC Engineering Article

Here's another cover article describing how outdoor air creates a healthy and energy-efficient indoor pool environment. Click here to read the article.



Pool Ventilation Webinar

Learn the benefits of using naturally dry outdoor air to dehumidify indoor pool spaces in this one-hour webinar with Vice President of Applications Engineering Gary Lochner. Click here to view the original program.


Indoor Waterpark

Rec Center Pool

Regional Sales Manager David Milligan discusses a project where Innovent P-Series units used outdoor air for natural dehumidification of an indoor water park (click to view).
Innovent Sales Engineer Kelly Hafele discusses how the P-Series provides a healthier rec center pool environment (click to view).



Energy Efficiency

Ventilation and Air Distribution

Indoor aquatic facilities are energy-intensive spaces that require the consideration of many variables in the design phase (read more).
Creating a healthy space for occupants and ensuring the integrity of the building enclosure are key objectives in indoor pool ventilation design (read more).



Special Operating Modes

Indoor aquatic facilities require continuous ventilation and effective air distribution during all operating modes (read more).




Towson University

The design team believed Innovent’s strategy of using high amounts of outdoor air for ventilation and dehumidification, coupled with using flat plate heat exchangers to recover energy from return air, was the most energy efficient system for their application (read more).


Custom Pool Dehumidification Units

Information about Innovent’s P-Series Pool Dehumidification Units, which use outside air to control space humidity levels, improve indoor air quality, and minimize interior corrosion (click to view).


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC provides guidance on pool ventilation based on the removal of chloramines from the space (click to view).