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AIR CONDITIONING
Heating, cooling and dehumidifying air for comfort and energy savings.
The variety of energy-efficient air conditioning products ensure optimal temperatures and humidity levels that keep occupants comfortable and employees productive.
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MAKE-UP AIR
Replace exhausted air in commercial, industrial and kitchen applications with options to heat, ventilate, cool, humidify, dehumidify, and filter air.
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INDOOR AIR HANDLING UNITS
Belt-driven fans designed for air conditioning and/or heating specified spaces in schools, medical facilities, and office buildings.
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DEDICATED OUTDOOR AIR SYSTEMS
A dedicated outdoor air system supplies cold and dehumidified air from outside the building to the building during the summer and hot air in the winter.
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ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATORS
Provide fresh outdoor air to meet ASHRAE 62 ventilation rates while recovering energy from the exhaust air stream. Benefits include indoor humidity control, lower air conditioning and heating loads and lower operating energy costs.
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DUCT HEATERS
UL/CSA listed for space, primary, secondary, auxiliary, and reheating applications.
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HVAC COILS
Replacement and OEM coils tested in accordance with AHRI Standard-410-2001.
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Damper Application Considerations for Laboratory Exhaust
Understanding damper design and applications in laboratory exhaust systems is critical to the success of the design, installation and control of the laboratory exhaust system.
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George R. Rieveschl Hall University of Cincinnati
Install a laboratory exhaust system that effectively exhausts laboratory fumes out of the building and away from nearby homes and dormitories while minimizing energy usage.
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Grand Canyon University College of Arts and Science Building
Grand Canyon University officials wanted a laboratory exhaust system that would be both effective at removing laboratory fumes and cost-effective to operate.
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