I am investigating container homes. Something about the modularity appeals to me.
Regardless, I am thinking about one of the challenges that they face is to get adequate air flow without cutting holes in the container (and compromising the structure).
In most buildings, I have seen them use quite large ducting to provide the necessary cubic feet per minute/CFM.
My question is: why not use high pressure air lines (e.g. like the kind that are used to run pneumatic tools) to provide incoming air and vacuum lines to remove outgoing air?
It would appear to me to be a way to provide air circulation without having to have large ducting.