Delivering the most comprehensive line of top performing air movement, control, and conditioning equipment.
Spun aluminum and steel fans with direct drives and belt drives for exhaust, supply, recirculate, filter and process applications.
Designed to replace exhausted air in commercial, industrial and kitchen applications with options to heat, ventilate, cool, humidify, dehumidify, and filter air.
DEDICATED OUTDOOR AIR SYSTEMS
Incorporates a dedicated unit to supply cooled, dehumidified outside air to the building in the summer and heated outside air in the winter.
ENERGY RECOVERY VENTILATORS
Provide fresh outdoor air to meet ASHRAE Standard 62 ventilation rates while recovering energy from the exhaust airstream.
Designed to meet the demanding requirements for many applications including space heating, primary heating, supplemental heating, or reheating.
The most AMCA licensed louvers in the industry allow fresh air in and keep wind-driven rain out. Available in a variety of designs and finishes to support exterior design objectives.
Gravity intake and relief ventilators are non-powered and regulate the pressure differential between the inside and outside of a building.
Airflow measurement helps buildings meet the minimum outdoor air requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62 or California Title 24 by providing accurate monitoring and control of outside air.
Provide a wide range of control logic solutions as well as electronic overload protection for the motor.
Complete line of competitively priced, quality engineered replacement and OEM coils. Designed, manufactured and tested to meet a broad range of heating and cooling requirements.
Damper Application Considerations for Laboratory Exhaust
Understanding damper design and applications in laboratory exhaust systems
critical to the success of the design, installation is control of the laboratory exhaust system.
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.
Grand Canyon University College of Arts and Science Building
Grand Canyon University officials wanted a laboratory exhaust
systemthat would be both effective at removing laboratory fumes and cost-effective to operate.