Aircuity Monitor: October 2017

Today’s blog post comes from the October edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue you’ll learn why turning your air change rates down at night is not a good substitution to using the Aircuity DCV technology. You’ll also read about Michigan State University’s basis for the safe, sustainable labs concept case study and more…

University Cuts HVAC Costs in Half & Allocates Savings to Research Thanks to Aircuity

The following blog post was originally submitted by Aircuity and published in the April edition of Buildings Maintenace & Management of Southern California. This article discusses how universities [the University of Cambridge] can reduce HVAC energy costs by more than half when using Aircuity’s demand control ventilation technology…

Air Enterprises’ Air Handling for Healthcare Facilities

Critical environments such as hospitals and medical facilities require the highest standards of hygiene and contamination prevention. Air Enterprises helps our healthcare clients meet and exceed these standards by providing the most hygienic, efficient air handling units for their healthcare facilities. Flow Tech is proud to represent Air Enterprises’ all-aluminum, custom-engineered air handling units. These AHUs are ideally suited for hospital environments, where corrosion and contaminated air are not acceptable…

The Best Utilization of Heat Pipes

This past June we posted a blog promoting a webinar, The Wonderful World of Heat Pipes – an Exploration of They Are Best Utilized,  hosted by our heat pipe manufacturer, Heat Pipe Technology. We’re happy to report the recorded version of that webinar is now available for viewing. For those that were not able to attend the live event here’s your chance to educate yourself on the topic…