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A new proposal by ASHRAE would require multifamily buildings of any height to fall under ASHRAE’s residential ventilation standard, 62.2.
Moffitt Corporation, Inc. has created a new alliance with Colt Group, a United Kingdom-based provider of ventilation systems.
A revised ASHRAE standard will aim to provide the minimum requirements for health care ventilation systems in order to accomplish environmental, infection, and odor control.
ASHRAE has released the 2013 version of its indoor air quality standard, which according to the association, contains several revisions that will help users better meet its requirements.
Seresco USA Inc. has introduced its NV-Series indoor swimming pool ventilation product line featuring a small footprint, light weight, and high efficiencies. The company claims the NV-Series taps the growing natatorium trend of specifying economically-operated, simple-to-maintain, non-compressorized ventilation units for space temperature and relative humidity control in geographical areas with ideal cooler, drier summer climates.
A new Greenheck video on hospital system ventilation is now available for viewing on the company’s website at www.greenheck.com.
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.
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.