Articles Tagged with ''ventilation''

Inspection cameras: Wohler USA

Wohler USA has added three new visual inspection camera systems to its product line: the VIS 250, VIS 350, and VIS 400. They’ve also introduced a new camera system accessory: the L 200 Locator. Wohler’s VIS 250 Visual Inspection Camera offers a clear view when space is tight. Its integrated locator transmitter pinpoints damage and aims to save time.


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Ventilation system: Greenheck

Greenheck’s Vari-Flow integrated kitchen ventilation systems allow foodservice managers and building owners to reduce energy costs by more precisely modulating exhaust and supply airflows to match cooking operation demands.


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Mixed-flow impeller brings real-world results to lab retrofit

The old saying goes, “Killing two birds with one stone.” But what if you could kill six with one stone? That’s what Abdul Momen, associate director of maintenance and operation for the facilities department at Georgia State University, aimed to accomplish at the school’s 216,000-sq-ft Natural Science Building.
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University medical center updates HVAC system under tight deadline

In the spring of 2011, Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville needed to update its HVAC equipment. However, the work needed to be achieved under a very tight deadline.
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Panel fan – Continental Fan Manufacturing

The ABP Panel Fan from this company is ideal for belt drive applications.


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CO alarms, default leakage addressed in new ASHRAE standard

The 2013 version of ASHRAE’s residential indoor air quality standard has been published with one omission and one new requirement.


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Improving Data Centers With Aisle Containment

In which the author lays out the path from earlier data center design to a more recently discovered airflow challenge. Read on for his insights on how to keep positive differential pressure from being a negative for your facility’s energy budget.
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Expanded brochure of problem-solving, energy-saving ventilation products now available.

A recently expanded Ventilation Products Brochure available from Tjernlund Products, Inc., includes highlight descriptions and specifications of 11 product groups of problem-solving ventilation equipment for residential and light commercial applications.


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Ventilation software: Titus

New Titus displacement ventilation software is designed to maximize energy efficiency and comfort.


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Heat exchange systems: REHAU

REHAU’s ECOAIR™ ground-air heat exchange systems promote improvedIAQ.


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