SecureAire White Paper: Active Particle Control Technology and USP 800 Pharmaceutical Compounding

Hospital-acquired infections (HAI) occur in 1.7 million patients in the US each year and are linked to 75,000 deaths. One potential source for airborne HAIs stems from the contamination of medications within the sterile compounding pharmacy zones. Today’s post discusses this contamination possibility.

Heat Pipe Technology Announces a New Product to the Split Passive HRM-V™ Line

Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) is proud to add another product to their split passive HRM-V™ line. This new product is intended to optimize the performance of systems where supply and exhaust air streams are on the same level. It is unique, and a first in the energy recovery market. Continue reading to learn more…

May 2018 ASHRAE Journal Digital Edition and Annual Conference Planner

The May digital publication of the ASHRAE Journal is ready for your viewing pleasure today. This month’s cover story highlights Discovery Elementary School in Arlington, VA. It is the nation’s largest zero energy elementary school and has become a model for other local school districts seeking to reduce their energy consumption. Other articles tackle how to define “use with adequate ventilation,” and design firms trends. Keep reading to learn the latest and greatest in HVAC&R…

Aircuity Monitor: April 2018 – Flow Tech Helps Achieve the First Zero Net Energy Lab in the Northeast

Today’s blog post comes from the April edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue, you’ll read about data discoveries, and how Aircuity helps the environment. You’ll also learn about how Flow Tech and Aircuity helped Bristol Community College achieve the first zero net energy lab in the Northeastern United States…

Flow Tech Exhibits at the NEHES and NEWWA Spring Conferences this Week.

We’re preparing ourselves for a very busy week. Four of our Sales or Inside Sales reps will be exhibiting at two very different trade shows later this week! Starting tomorrow and Thursday, Larry Scola and Brian Robinson will be representing us at a water industry event, the New England Water Works Association’s (NEWWA) Spring Conference and Exhibition. While on Friday, Tom Proietti and Evan Benoit will be focused on our healthcare market at the New England Healthcare Engineers’ Society’s (NEHES) Spring Conference. Continue reading to learn about each show and why you should attend…