Tag: HVAC Systems
Organizational leaders are focused on long-term planning efforts to prepare for an increase in extreme weather events.
The White-Rogers universal HSI module is compatible with existing HSI systems and meant to streamline inventory by replacing 325 part numbers.
See the impact of wildfire smoke on indoor air quality and strategies that help to maintain healthy indoor environments.
Heat waves are putting mission-critical facilities at risk this summer, and FMs need to ensure HVAC systems are able to take the heat.
The new ASHRAE standard is aims to significantly reduce the risk of infectious aerosol transmission in buildings.
The Sensaphone water leak detection sensors are designed reduce damage risk to structures, equipment, and inventory.
The Space Utilization tool by Airthings puts privacy first by using presence and occupancy feature, as well as create efficient space usage.
When choosing air conditioning systems for coastal schools it is important to choose an HVAC system that can handle the humidity in the air.
This assortment of HVAC solutions offers facility managers smart solutions for keeping building occupants healthy and comfortable.
A key to meeting increased energy demand and improved carbon neutrality is using precise, real-time local weather data and modeling to optimize energy networks.
Equipment that minimizes repairs, saves energy, and improves health will help ensure that HVAC retrofits provide efficient performance and comfort.
As election season continues during the COVID-19 pandemic, the ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force is offering HVAC and water supply system guidance for polling places.
In this annual survey of Facility Executive readers, votes were cast for product and service suppliers preferred during 2019.
The Belimo Americas Retrofit App is a global application tool that offers a full range of air, water, and sensor products, providing users with fast HVAC replacement solutions.
In a study commissioned by Xylem Inc. that evaluated HVAC systems in a number of South Carolina school buildings, hydronic systems outperformed all other systems, including VRF, in terms of lower energy use, cost, and life expectancy, by as much as 24%.
Solstice N41 refrigerant is the first A1, nonflammable, reduced global warming potential (GWP), R-410A replacement refrigerant developed for stationary air conditioning systems.
Gaining holistic knowledge of how the equipment is operating is significant to improving HVAC efficiency.
Outcome Based Service is a smart suite of services that use building performance data to focus maintenance activities where they are most needed to improve operational efficiency and maximize uptime.
In order to function properly, life safety systems must be carefully maintained.