Humidity and Air Speed are Key to the Ideal Office Temperature
We have already commented that other factors beyond the operating temperature influence a thermal sensation, although this is the most important factor. Still, it is not the only one. For example, air speed is also of vital importance, and can be considered a double-edged sword. Because in summer it can be a relief, but in winter it gets worse at low temperatures.
So we can say that the ideal air speed
in the office is a maximum of 0.3 feet per second. From this point on, it starts to affect the workers, either negatively or positively. But in the long run the wind and the moving air, if they are at high speed, become very annoying. With humidity something very similar happens. Because the relative humidity of the air has to be between 30% and 70% in our offices.