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Celebrating and highlighting innovative products and trends in the global HVAC industry

May 4, 2016

Fume hoods are used in various applications ranging from research and development, both at an industrial as well as at an educational level such as university and college science laboratories, to government material testing facilities.

 

Generally, chemical and biologica...

Many facilities and maintenance departments do not properly maintain the flow sensors and transducers on VAV boxes due to complexity, difficulty, lack of staff, cost, etc.  This results in wasted energy and incorrect airflows and improper pressurization. Whenever work...

 

This blog (and future blogs from this author) is intended to bring forth discussion regarding field experiences in the design, specification and commissioning of Critical Airflow Control Environments. I have been involved in the Air Movement industry in one capacity o...

 

The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, SUNY Upstate Medical, Syracuse University, and Carrier have now acknowledged the findings after three decades of research into the benefits of improved ventilation and indoor air quality (IAQ) on workplace productivity.

 

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Few people know that in most critical environments, such as laboratories and health care units, air flow is strictly controlled by the building's HVAC system.

 

In general, there are two types of air flow systems: Constant Air Volume (CAV) and Variable Air Volume (VAV);...

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