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Articles Tagged with ''IAQ''

Terminal units: Titus

February 28, 2013
Titus HVAC introduces hybrid terminal unit to improve learning environments.
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Ventilation To Improve IAQ In Schools

The author heads to the blackboard to break down fundamental outside air and sensor strategies (and how they can work together).
February 26, 2013
Providing high-quality education for our nation’s children in grades K-12 has never been more important than it is today. The world is changing quickly, and we need to provide an educational system that prepares them for this fast paced world in which we live.
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Accidents Of The Spilt Ilk

August 2, 2012
Sometimes life imitates the movies. Other times, we’re not so lucky.
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Dampers: Greenheck

October 27, 2011
Greenheck’s new remote balancing dampers are suited for applications where tight spaces make it difficult to access and manually adjust the damper and balance airflow.
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Ventilators: Tjernlund Products, Inc.

October 27, 2011
Brochure explains unique room-to-room and level-to-level ventilators.
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IAQ: Carmel Software

October 13, 2011
As the demand for improved indoor air quality grows, there is a need for practical analysis tools to assist in evaluation and design.
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Detector for hydrogen sulphide

Gas Detectors: Automatikprodukter

October 5, 2011
Detector for hydrogen sulphide protects people and plants from toxic emissions.
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62.1 Too Complicated?

Alternative to ASHRAE Standard 62.1 ventilation rate procedure proposed

Public comment sought on a proposed additional default value for the IAQ standard.
October 3, 2011
Public comment sought on a proposed additional default value for the IAQ standard.
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Guest Column: Perforated Materials In High-Purity IAQ Applications

July 1, 2011
Nowhere is the quality of indoor IAQ more important than in the operating room (OR) of a hospital.
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Taking Notes: Desiccant Dehumidification

June 1, 2011
Whether your client has a school or office building, desiccant dehumidification can successfully control the project’s humidity, save energy, and remove pollutants. This primer empowers you to teach your clients how desiccants work, while other tips and applications can help your future projects more than make the grade.
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How to Calculate Backup Power Supply Requirements for Your Facility

On-Demand This webinar reviews how to determine power requirements of facility loads; electrical characteristics and impact of different types of loads such as large motors and UPS systems on power supply sizing; acceptable power sources and other constraints applied by building codes; and how software tools can be used to simplify the process of calculating backup power requirements.  

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