Studio Ventilation

All ventilation and air-conditioning systems must be considered at the early design stages of the studio complex. Not only the studio itself, but the control rooms, make-up and costume areas, tape and film storage area and technical equipment racks, all have their particular air-control requirements. The studio production lighting generates about 1 kilowatt of heat for every kilowatt of power consumed. This causes a heat build-up which is not only tiring for performers and studio staff alike, but reduces their efficiency considerably.

Preventing heat build-up

Heat build-up in the studio can be reduced to some extent by using:

Sensitive cameras, and hence lower wattage lamps for the lower light levels needed.

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