Sep 18, 2019 7:31 pm
I'm not entirely sure this question belongs in this forum, but I have a question about ventilation. Suppose I have a room like this:
So the wall on the right is an outdoor wall and the blue(I think it's blue) is a window that cannot be opened.
The wall on the left is an internal wall and the yellow is a door with an openable transom window above it.
Assuming the room has ducted aircon, does having the transom window opening internally satisfy ventilation requirements? or does the window on the right need to be openable.
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