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Filtration, ventilation, humidity, anything and everything that pertains to your occupants breathing easier.

ARTICLES

Case In Point

Filtration helps efficiency to soar at Denver Airport

March 1, 2014
At 35,000 acres, Denver International Airport (DIA) is the largest airport site in North America, and the second largest in the world. More than 53 million passengers travel through the airport annually.
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Restoring The Low Limit For Indoor Relative Humidity

The research is consistent over the years, and the cost of low humidity continues to rise. Even our increasingly computer-oriented lifestyle exacerbates the problem.
February 1, 2014
Industry leaders realized hundreds of years ago that their processes and machines operate best when the indoor relative humidity is maintained at an optimum level for their process
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20 Reasons Your Green Building May Not Have Green Indoor Air

A few are more familiar and worth a reminder, while some are pretty sneaky. Others may have gotten there before the first occupant. In any event, any “sustainable facility” can sustain IAQ damage without attention to these sorts of risks.
January 2, 2014
The word green conjures images of a lush, vibrant ecosystem that is full of healthy living things and fresh air.
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Case In Point

Natatorium project dives into energy savings, reduces refrigerant use

January 2, 2014
The retrofit of a 25-yr-old conventional indoor city recreation center proved to be a psychometrics and logistics challenge, according to the project’s engineer and mechanical contractor.
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Case In Point

Kansas hospital achieves big city IAQ, efficiency

January 2, 2014
When Geary Community Hospital (Junction City, KS) underwent a $34 million expansion, it was promised a cutting-edge HVAC design that would reduce maintenance costs, increase energy efficiency, and provide unprecedented IAQ.
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Patient Rooms: CFD For Better IAQ

Can a location of air return affect the flow path of airborne pathogens in a patient room? Use simulations to manage the variables and improve the design in a space that is no room for error.
November 1, 2013
Air is the primary carrier of heat, moisture, contaminants, and airborne pathogens in patient rooms, isolation rooms, and operating rooms.
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Case In Point

UVC lights the way to cleaner air, energy savings at FL office tower

November 1, 2013
In real estate it’s all about location. But in south Florida, where beautiful views and gorgeous weather are the norm, building owners need to find ways to differentiate themselves and bring in tenants.
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Illuminating Info: UV-C For HVAC

Looking for lifecycle guidance or more extensive info for your stationary appli-cations? An industry IAQ veteran weighs in about the design, installation, commissioning, retrofit, and O&M of ultraviolet systems for commercial HVAC equipment.
September 23, 2013
Feedback from potential users of UV in HVAC equipment suggests that many are confused about its use
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Hamburger University serves up super-sized pool dehumidification project

September 23, 2013
McDonald’s is one of the most visible fast-food entities, with over 32,000 restaurants worldwide. However, patrons may not be aware that McDonald’s trains many of its employees at its Hamburger University, also known as “HU.”
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Hot yoga studios adjust tactics, equipment to reach IAQ nirvana

August 29, 2013
When it comes to yoga studios, Chad Clark has seen some of the worst IAQ problems
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EVENTS

ISH Shanghai & CIHE 2014

9/3/14
Shanghai New International Expo Centre
2345 Longyang Road
Shanghai
China
Contact: John Jiang
Backed by the success of ISH China & CIHE – Asia’s leading HVAC and sanitation event, ISH Shanghai & CIHE continues to play an important role in introducing individual heating solutions to China’s East and Central regions. Read More

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3/27/14 11:00 am EST

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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