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August 17, 2016

Belnor Engineering Inc. has been a proud distributor of Marley electric and radiant heating products throughout Ontario and Québec for the past couple of years. Under its Canadian division, QMARK, Marley Engineered Products has aimed at delivering local and perimeter h...

June 10, 2016

Most critical airflow spaces such as hospitals, science laboratories, and research facilities require an immense operations and maintenance budget in order to stay afloat.

As a result, the amount of energy most conventional constant volume systems expense is eye-opening...

June 10, 2016

Belnor Engineering Inc. is proud to have been a distributor of Movex products in Canada over the past several years.

Movex, which is the US patented name for their Swedish parent company, Fumex, provides a wide array of local and point extraction devices, exhaust extrac...

May 4, 2016

Biocontainment is the critical factor distinguishing between a hospital operating regularly and one having to perform a total decontamination because of lack of containment of dangerous fumes, gases, airborne infections or bacteria.

 

As a result, the Centers for Diseas...

As commonly known in the HVAC industry, the precision of airflow measurement is important for most industrial working environments.

 

It will essentially affect the general operational performance of the airflow and HVAC systems.

 

However, it is less commonly known that...

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...

 

In the event of a pandemic infectious outbreak, isolation rooms are most effective with Phoenix controls.

 

If a disaster outbreak occurs, hospitals must have plans in place for receiving a surge of patients with a variety of possible infectious diseases or conditions....

 

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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According to a survey conducted by lab professionals in 2010, approximately 43% of fume hoods among 247 labs across United States are conventional CAV (Constant Air Volume) fume hoods. An average CAV fume hood can consume as much as about 3.5 times the amount of energ...

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