Aircuity Monitor: July 2019 – Exhaust Fan Application Complements Aircuity Lab Building Installation, Increasing Savings

Today’s blog post comes from the July edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue you’ll learn about how exhaust fan applications are the perfect complement to Aircuity lab installations. Aircuity also announces Bacnet capability, as well as their upcoming trade show schedule.

HPT Solutions: April 2019 Newsletter – Wrap-Around Heat Pipes Applied to Indoor Grow Facilities

Today’s post comes from Heat Pipe Technology’s (HPT) April 2019 Solutions newsletter. In this post you’ll learn how to grow savings all year long by applying heat pipes to indoor grow facilities. You’ll also find out how a medical manufacturing facility in Utah is using cross-contamination free energy recovery and more!

Achieve Substantial Savings through Demand Based Control of Exhaust Fans

Exhaust systems often account for more than 20% of a laboratory facility’s HVAC energy costs. Meanwhile, high exhaust stack velocities are typically maintained in excess of what is necessary for all but the most extreme conditions, despite the fact that the air being exhausted is usually “clean” for a majority of the time. This results in wasted energy, but is also an opportunity for additional energy savings in critical spaces…

Cooney Technologies Freeze Block Coils Now Represented by Flow Tech, Inc.

We are always looking for the latest and greatest technology to offer our customers. We pride ourselves on representing reputable manufacturers that produce high-quality and reliable HVAC products and systems. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve entered into a rep agreement with Cooney Technologies and we are now authorized to sell their Cooney Freeze Block […]