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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7 Tips to Retrofit HVAC for Historic Buildings

7 Tips to Retrofit HVAC for Historic Buildings

The heating, ventilation and air conditioning system is one part of your building that when it works, you take it for granted. In the same vein, if it’s defective, you will really feel every minute that you are inside the four-walled structure. Installing this system in a new building is complicated enough, but retrofitting HVAC for historic buildings is a whole other level altogether. We have compiled a list of guidelines to retrofit HVAC for historic buildings.

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Energy Efficiency for Your Facility

Energy Efficiency for Your Facility

Energy Efficiency for Your Facility The EPA estimates that the places where we work, shop, play, and learn spend $200 billion annually on electricity and natural gas. In all, this contributes to nearly half of our nation’s greenhouse gas emissions. Evaluating your building’s past and current energy

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Air-Cooled Chillers vs. Water-Cooled Chillers

Air-Cooled Chillers vs. Water-Cooled Chillers

Air-Cooled Chillers vs. Water-Cooled Chillers When researching commercial HVAC systems for your facility, you have a lot of requirements to consider. chillers, like facilities, come in various sizes, shapes, and capabilities. Commonly we get the questions, which chiller is better, air-cooled chillers or water-cooled? Which system is the

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How to Avoid Problems for Data Centers in Winter

How to Avoid Problems for Data Centers in Winter

Proper temperature control for Data Centers during the winter is just as crucial as the summer. Cold weather causes its own types of problems for your data center. You have the ability to control and maintain both humidity and temperature; which helps alleviate the problems for data centers in winter.

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