Articles Tagged with ''classroom ventilation''

HRVs and ERVs For Classroom Ventilation Applications

Recovering sensible or total heat, wheels or cubes, optional add-ons like fans and filters and assorted sensors ... it takes some homework to specify the right energy-saving recovery ventilator for your school application.
May 1, 2014
It doesn’t get much more sensitive in HVAC design than designing ventilation systems for the schools that our youth occupy during their learning years.
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Contingency plan keeps school in session during HVAC outage

May 1, 2014
Afternoon temperatures in Virginia can reach uncomfortable highs on late summer days.
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Portable heat pump: Atlas Sales & Rentals, Inc.

October 21, 2013

The new PACSlim-5 heat pump from Atlas Sales & Rentals delivers 57,100 Btu/h cooling capacity and 55,700 Btu/h heating capacity. It is less than 30-in wide, allowing it to roll into narrow spaces.


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Designing the Learning Space of the Future: An Engineer’s Perspective

June 8, 2012
The students have changed, and the way spaces get used is changing as well. How do we need think about educational environments to foster better thinking inside them?
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IAQ: Florida's Teachable Moment

March 3, 2011
An engineer with the 9th-largest school district in the United States writes about the IAQ testing and final report that his district commissioned. From offices to classrooms to cafeterias and restrooms, the monitoring was extensive. Read the results and some author comments about acceptable IAQ in schools, the possibility of overdoing fresh air, and the associated costs.
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Fan, BAS spread a warm feeling to start Alaska schooldays

March 1, 2011
A 12-ft diameter low-speed fan provides destratification to cut the morning temperature recovery for this elementary school down to 15 to 20 min.Designing a landmark school in the unforgiving Alaskan
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