Solving natatorium air dispersion and condensation challenges
Indoor pools are challenging environments for design engineers, especially when considering indoor air quality and the longevity of exposed metal components. A natatorium’s corrosion-potential environment of high humidity, gaseous pool chemicals, and condensation is a recipe for disaster for metal heating, ventilation, and air conditioning ductwork.
3 ways IAQ supports quality meats
Food processing industry experts know there are many factors in play in order to deliver the best quality meats for their clients. While efficient air distribution in food production facilities is a key to optimizing conditions and ensuring product safety, it also improves worker comfort.
Effective environmental controls key in managing grow house VPD, transpiration
Temperature. Relative Humidity. Airflow. While these are indisputably the core variables in the HVAC industry, managing them through effective environmental controls takes on a heightened role in the booming U.S. cannabis indoor grow market.
Fabric vs metal ducting – 4 real differences
When undertaking a new construction or renovation project, the air diffusion system is near the top of the list of considerations to ensure high indoor air quality (IAQ). For decades, the construction industry overwhelmingly looked to traditional metal-based ducting HVAC solutions.
3 ways fabric ducts can enhance a house of worship experiences
When entering any house of worship around the world, chances are air distribution is not top of mind. The allure of what draws many to these sacred places – a brief respite from the world, beautiful architecture, wonderful music, and historic relics – are the very things that can be negatively impacted by faulty or old HVAC systems.
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