Barry Room: Ventilation

House of Lords written question – answered on 6th November 2001.

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Photo of Lord Faulkner of Worcester Lord Faulkner of Worcester Labour

asked the Chairman of Committees:

How many complete changes of air per hour are effected by the ventilation equipment in the Barry Room.

Photo of Lord Tordoff Lord Tordoff Chairman of Committees, House of Lords

The ventilation equipment in the Barry Room is designed to provide eight complete air changes per hour. After the noble Lord tabled his Question, engineers were sent to test the equipment, and discovered that the extract fans had been accidentally switched off. They have since been switched on, and, in near future, adjustments will be made to the system to ensure that this problem cannot occur again.

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