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Fan terminals elevate raised-floor office project

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Critchfield Mechanical, Inc. an HVAC engineering firm in Menlo Park, CA needed a cost-effective and energy-efficient perimeter zone ventilation solution.
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Fans: MacroAir

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The AirStar™ features industrial design styling and quiet operation.


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Fans: Chicago Blower

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The new Class IV fan features an expanded performance range.


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Ventilation: Tjernlund Products, Inc.

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The company has updated its draft, combustion air, and ventilation resource CD-ROM.
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Centrifugal Fans Installation Guide

By Khalil Kairouz and Dale Price
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Here’s a good reference for facilities, TAB pros, or even commissioning agents on what should be found on site (and how to achieve it in the first place). For install through setup, properly managing connections, bearings, controllers, and vibration risks will create an air of success.
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Fans: Chicago Blower

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The company’s high-temperature fans are designed for packaged boiler systems.


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Campus unclogs coils, frees up funds

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“Too warm.” “Too stuffy.” “Not enough airflow.” These were just a few of the countless complaints that facilities managers of the Basic Medical Science Building at the University of New Mexico were receiving on a regular basis.
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Financial exchange trades up to modular fan system

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Located in this city’s famous Loop commercial center, the 600-foot-tall Chicago Board of Trade Building (CBOT) houses the world’s oldest futures and options exchange. Until recently, the building also housed a pair of aging built-up systems that were beginning to worry management.
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Solving Indoor Airborne Disease Transmission Problems

By Steven Welty LEED® ap,
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The author describes how toilet flushes aerosolize germs sending them airborne to soar around and infect their next victim(s) because bathrooms are designed backwards. Learn novel ways to control and clean bathroom air to help control airborne disease transmission problems. So feel free to hold your nose as you learn about how you can help protect people’s health within your client’s buildings.
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Low-speed fans team with UV light to improve IAQ at Rwandan hospital

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Low-speed fans provide needed ach at this remote mountain hospital. All buildings, regardless of age, are susceptible to IAQ deficiencies. Chemical exposure from new construction, tight building envelopes, and humidity
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