Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Managing the temperature through compressors or ACs is a very expensive process. Cooling makes up at least 40 percent of your monthly energy consumption, which can quickly eat up your budget. Without HVAC, however, data centers would feel like the Sahara at the height of summer. This is why IT managers are trying to find ways to decrease temperature levels without racking up the electricity costs.

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Air Distribution in Buildings

Air Distribution in Buildings

In heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) there are systems that cool and heat forced air. Forced air is a central heating system that uses air as its medium to transfer heat. This system relies on vents, duct work, and plenums for building air distribution that is separate from actual cooling or heating systems.

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Cleaning Your HVAC Unit from Bird Droppings

Cleaning Your HVAC Unit from Bird Droppings

One of the main problems with an HVAC system exposed to natural elements is their susceptibility to the inconveniences of getting bird droppings. Aside from being contaminants, bird droppings are an unpleasant and unsightly mess that accumulates over time. Bird droppings can be responsible for keeping your unit from functioning properly and can be the source of undesirable high ammonia content freely entering the ventilation system. Here are some requirements and guidelines for cleaning your HVAC unit from bird droppings.

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Annual HVAC Maintenance and Tune-ups

Annual HVAC Maintenance and Tune-ups

What is the benefit of annual HVAC maintenance and tune-ups? Lots. For starters, the health of your HVAC unit should be on the top of the list of equipment that your company services annually. You usually do not realize how much you rely on it, until it breaks down, especially at a most inopportune time, such as […]

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