Aircuity Monitor: July 2017 Newsletter

Today’s blog post comes from the July edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this month’s issue, you’ll learn about a case study from Northwestern University and how Aircuity helped this school save energy, along with how they created a better indoor environment for students and faculty. Also featured is information about the 2017 I2SL Annual Conference and awards dinner in Boston this October, as well as the opportunity for you to attend an open house & cocktail reception with Aircuity. You won’t want to miss out on this issue…

TMI Climate Solutions Provides a Higher Level of Comfort to the DePaul Theatre School

Today’s blog post is a case study from one of our custom air-handling unit manufacturers, TMI Climate Solutions. The case study provides a detailed summary of how TMI worked with DePaul University to outfit their Theartre School with a reliable custom air-handling unit (AHU) to service the Theatre. Not only was the AHU designed to meet LEED Silver specifications, it was also customized to produce as little noise as possible, and met the snow and wind load requirements needed for Chicago rooftops…

SecureAire Prevents Hospital Acquired Infections

This past May, SecureAire presented the results from its latest study on Particle Control Technology which was conducted in a hospital operating room. The study was presented by Dr. Mark Ereth, Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Don Hess, Chief Technology Officer of SecureAire. SecureAire has since compiled this data into a white paper entitled, “Reduced Particle Load in Operating Rooms, Airborne Pathogens Killed, and the Elimination of Infections. Keep reading to view the complete white paper…

Air Enterprises Improves Hartford Hospital’s Emergency Room Ventilation

As with all hospitals, Hartford Hospital strives to provide only the best healthcare and service to each and every one of its patients. In order to accomplish this, it is crucial that its facilities remain in excellent working condition with optimized ventilation and airflow throughout. However, to maintain this status, any system downtime for maintenance would […]

HPT Solutions: June 2017 Newsletter

The June edition of HPT Solutions has hit inboxes. This newsletter is a service of Heat Pipe Technology, Inc. and is meant to familiarize users with heat pipe technology. In the June issue, you’ll learn how to select these systems using their SelectPlus™ design software, read about a new case study, have an introduction to their new social media accounts and more…

Aircuity Monitor: May 2017 Newsletter

Today’s blog post comes from Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue of the newsletter, you’ll learn about the release of their new 2.0 platform that’s expected to enhance the customer experience and decrease the workload on its rep network. Also featured is information about their new LinkedIn group and the deadline for the I2SL Annual Conference This isn’t an issue you’ll want to miss reading…

Aircuity Monitor: April 2017 Newsletter

Today’s blog post comes from Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue of the newsletter, you’ll learn 4 tips for setting priorities in your Capital Improvement Plan. Also featured is news about an upcoming installation at the National Research Council of Canada! This isn’t an issue you’ll want to miss reading…