Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. ventilation articles below.
The AF500 AIR-SCRUB-R is a portable HEPA air filter for establishing a healthier environment in commercial and industrial applications involving activities such as floor cleaning, grinding and polishing, and drywall installation and repair.
Aircuity 2.0 helps commercial buildings looking to significantly reduce energy costs, improve cognitive function and productivity, and achieve quantifiable results as part of a smart building strategy.
Among energy conservation measures, DCV provides significant energy reductions for the operation of HVAC systems.
Modules that employ this company's HLR Technology improve indoor air quality in facilities while reducing HVAC energy consumption.
January is National Radon Action Month, and this article from ALTA Environmental describes the basic elements of radon testing and remediation for facility management.
When it comes to: eliminating unhealthy sources; ventilation; and air filtration, which approaches are sound — and which should facility management filter out?
With an overall depth of 3.625 inches, Greenheck’s new low-profile, direct-drive Model SP-L bathroom exhaust fan is purpose-built for 2 x 4 wall installation.
The new Model EVH-901 dual module louver provides for high volume intake and exhaust ventilation and protects against water penetration even under the most severe wind-driven rain conditions.
TruBTU is an app that helps determine the best and most efficient means for heating and ventilating a space.
Building envelope improvements often rank at or near the top of the facility team’s to-do list, since they generally provide an attractive return on investment.
This article features four products that cover HVAC innovations.
Ensuring healthy indoor environments often challenges energy efficiency measures.
A proposed change to the ventilation rate procedure in ASHRAE’s indoor air quality standard is open for review after changes were made based on public input last year.
New requirements regarding natural ventilation, exhaust systems, and the IAQ Procedure are included in the newly published 2010 version of Standard 62.1.
In this Web exclusive, Gordon Sharp of Aircuity explains how some building solutions and practices are greener than others. One area garnering a lot of attention is ventilation.