1. Natural ventilation: This method involves opening windows and doors to allow fresh air to circulate in the workshop. This method is effective in areas with a mild climate but may not be suitable for areas with extreme temperatures.
2. Mechanical ventilation: This method involves using fans or blowers to circulate air in the workshop. The fans can be mounted on the walls or ceiling to draw in the fresh air and exhaust stale air.
3. Exhaust ventilation: This method involves using exhaust fans to remove contaminated air from the workshop. The fans are usually mounted on the roof or wall and are connected to ducts that carry the air outside.
4. Air conditioning: This method involves using air conditioning units to cool and dehumidify the air in the workshop. This method is suitable for areas with high humidity and temperature.
5. Evaporative cooling: This method involves using evaporative coolers to cool the air in the workshop. The coolers use water to cool the air and are suitable for areas with low humidity.
6. Combination ventilation: This method involves using a combination of natural ventilation, mechanical ventilation, and exhaust ventilation to create an optimal ventilation system for the workshop.