Ruskin® has introduced the EME720 7-in horizontal louver. The EME720 louver features 56% free area and combines a continuous-blade architectural appearance with the performance of a wind-driven rain-resistant louver.
The louver’s architectural mullion is recessed, notched in the blade, and utilizes drain pockets allowing water to drain away while contributing to an appearance of one continuous louver.
CT/Colt’s Coltlite, a natural louvered ventilator that is installed in the façade of a building, is now available in North America. This dual-purpose product provides buildings with both day-to-day ventilation and smoke control to aid building evacuation in the event of a fire.
The sport of curling is a strategic game like chess, with an element of skill and experience. Played on ice in an indoor controlled environment, temperature and humidity are critical to setting ice speed and the amount of “curl” the stone will incur.
Greenheck’s new Model AFJ-601D stationary acoustic louver is Florida Building Code approved and Miami-Dade qualified for use in the Wind-Borne Debris Zone. Featuring a 6-in deep J blade, the AFJ-601D is designed to restrict the transmission of high and low frequency sounds generated by mechanical equipment and to act as an exterior weather louver.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.