Why Indoor Ventilation is the Key to a Healthier Life in Thailand’s New Normal

Bangkok, Thailand, 5 July 2021 – During this pandemic, it comes as no surprise that most of us are spending most of our time indoors. Many of us have no choice but to be confined in our homes. But in our rooms, how can we be sure that our health is safe?

Contrary to what you might think, staying indoors could be even worse for your health because when we breathe, we produce what is known as “human-produced carbon dioxide”. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) improper ventilation can cause a buildup of droplets or aerosol particles, released into the air when they exhale, that can increase your risk of contracting airborne diseases[1].

The EPA also points to dirty and polluted indoor air is a major cause of what is known as sick building syndrome (SBS). Poor indoor air quality gives rise to the symptoms of SBS including headaches, dizziness, and fatigue. According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 52 percent of indoor air quality problems can be fixed by proper ventilation[2]. This will improve your quality of life, increase comfort, and productivity.

Proper ventilation supplies us with enough oxygen, especially in bedrooms, that give us a pleasant day and good night’s sleep. ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) recommends in the ASHRAE62.1 standard that homes have no less than 9 cubic meter of air per hour (CMH) per person[3]. Requirements also vary according to activity levels. A study by the Technical University of Denmark found that lower CO2 levels, due to open windows or fans, resulted in increased perceived freshness of bedroom air, as well as an improved ability to concentrate and perform the next day[4].

How can you protect yourself and your loved ones?

Fresh Air Indoor

Delta offers air exchange solutions to improve indoor air quality to provide people with a comfortable, healthy environment. One simple way Thailand’s homeowners can guarantee better health for their families is with Delta’s Fresh Air Supply Fan with High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter that blocks PM2.5 paired with the Inline Exhaust Fan.


The Fresh Air Supply Fan leverages DC motor technology to supply and circulate filtered oxygen-rich air from outside. At the same time, the Inline Exhaust Fan removes dirty indoor air laden with CO2, viruses, and pollutants quietly and efficiently. The easy installation and savings on electricity make this setup a perfect choice for new and older homes in Thailand.


Delta's indoor air quality solution will give you excellent indoor circulation with high constant airflow technology and air filter protection. You and your loved ones will be ensured that the air you breathe is clean and safe, all day and night.


Once you take control of the air quality in your living space with proper ventilation, your quality of life will drastically improve. You will have the energy to live life to the fullest in Thailand’s new normal.





[1] https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/indoor-air-and-coronavirus-covid-19

[2] https://ohsonline.com/Articles/2016/04/01/Carbon-Dioxide-Detection-and-Indoor-Air-Quality-Control.aspx?Page=3

[3] https://www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/bookstore/standards-62-1-62-2

[4] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26452168/


29 July 2021