Heat Pipe Selection and Optimization on Demand

Nearly 800 enterprise users of New SelectPlus Software are specifying Heat Pipe Technology Solutions at a record pace.  In a few short months, nearly 800 enterprise users have registered to use SelectPlus, a no-cost cloud-based software solution that directly assists with heat pipe design, including the ability to create engineering drawings and output required document […]

Air Enterprises is Featured on the Cover of U.S. Builders Review Magazine

Air Enterprises is Featured as the Cover Spot of the US Builders Review Magazine Flow Tech’s custom air-handling manufacturer, Air Enterprises is featured on the cover of US Builders Review. A Breath of Fresh Air Few companies can boast about successfully engineering and manufacturing the same product for 50 years, never mind seeing expansion and […]

Learn How SiteBilt™ Helped UConn Health Center’s Main “L” Building Become More Efficient

AHU Solutions for Major Renovation Project Many don’t realize, but when a major renovations or expansion project occurs, every aspect of the building needs to be considered for updates. A facility’s heating, cooling and ventilation system is no exception. Such was the case with UConn Health Center’s “L” Building. The following blog post is a […]

July 2014 ASHRAE Journal Digital Edition

ASHRAE Journal – July 2014 Skyscrapers tower ever higher, but are they energy efficient? July’s cover article explores how a Hong Kong super high-rise reduced energy consumption while providing occupants ventolin satisfactory IEQ. Other articles feature global issues that will influence the built environment, various DOAS configurations, overestimating energy and cost savings of VFDs, and […]

ESPN’s $100M digital studio strives to find energy efficiencies

ESPN’s $100M digital studio strives to find energy efficiencies Bristol sports broadcaster ESPN only has just begun tapping the potential of its new $100-million digital studio center, but as the media giant adds more programming into the 194,000-square-foot facility, one key to the operation will be keeping its power usage in check…

Meade County School District Implements Aircuity’s Central Demand Control Ventilation

Aircuity is the smart airside efficiency company providing building owners with sustained energy savings through its intelligent measurement   solutions. By combining real-time sensing and continuous analysis of indoor environments, the company has helped commercial, institutional and lab building owners lower operating costs, improve safety and become more energy efficient. Founded in 2000 and headquartered […]

Quotes from Steril-Aire’s President Robert Scheir

Even well-run buildings can experience episodes of poor indoor air quality that can significantly influence rates of respiratory disease, allergy and asthma symptoms and sick building symptoms.“ “According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 30% of all commercial buildings have significant IAQ problems and ventilation systems are implicated in the spread of infection and […]

New poll finds engineering is still considered a ‘male’ profession

New poll finds engineering is still considered a ‘male’ profession A new survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers has found that the majority of the public still consider engineering as a ‘male’ profession. Hopefully with the appointment of the Institution’s new President Group Captain Mark Hunt, who has vowed to encourage greater diversity during his […]

Project Summary − Hartford Hospital, Bliss Building AHU Installation

Monday’s blog post highlighted one of our Air Enterprises SiteBilt® case studies featuring a completed custom air-handling unit (AHU) project at 920 Broad Street in Hartford, CT. The project was a success and all parties involved are very happy with the outcome and the efficiency of the new unit. Today we thought you’d enjoy learning […]