Online educational resource on achieving indoor environmental quality with radiant based HVAC systems
Not for profit educational resource on indoor environmental quality.
 Bookmark and Share
ndoor Environmental Quality: particulate matter

Help us continue to bring this excellent content to you our visitors by becoming a friend of, please donate today.

Sweat pores: (high res image allow 60 seconds to load)
Credit: Eye of Science / Science Photo Library

sweating  - physical responses to indoor environmental quality which can be controlled with radiant based HVAC systems.

Sweat pores. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of sweat (light blue) produced by sweat pores on skin from a human hand. Sweat is released onto the surface of the skin from glands below the surface. The sweat evaporates, and this cools the body by carrying away heat. The surrounding areas shows the dead cells making up the surface layer of the skin, the stratum corneum.

This image is made available through the generous donations from our site visitors. If you are getting value from this site, please join our friends of program.

Home | Seminars | Solutions | Heating Cafe | Contribute | Online Help | Bean's Blog | About Us | Glossary
Privacy Policy | Legal | Contact Us | Site Map |
Carlson-Holohan Award| Send Us Your Comments

Copyright © 2009 Healthy Heating. All rights reserved.
Site developed by 
Donate using PayPal, Credit Cards Accepted  
Healthy Heating accepts Visa, Mastercard, Amex and Discover.