Things to Consider When Adding Air Conditioning to a Gymnasium

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Joe DeBellJoe DeBellWhen a pump in Bullard (Calif.) High School’s North Gym air conditioning unit failed this past August, it wasn’t a matter of just sweating through the scheduled girls’ volleyball game against Visalia’s Redwood High School. According to The Fresno Bee, temperatures outside at game time were 108 degrees and temperatures inside the gym soared to a stifling 105. Bullard’s athletics staff followed Fresno Unified School District’s protocol for dealing with extreme weather and canceled the match.

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