RuppAir Providing Reliable Healthcare Ventilation with Rapid Lead Times

Posted on April 13, 2020 by Buck Nye

RuppAir has FAST Shipping from 6 local Plants

If you are looking for healthcare ventilation solutions that you can get quickly, RuppAir has 5 products that have rapid lead times and are manufactured in 6 local plants.  Contact us at 717-561-2500 to discuss your project's specific needs. 

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Posted on April 6, 2020 by Buck Nye

AAON Going Above & Beyond

Tulsa manufacturing company is providing equipment for a temporary hospital in the New York City area, the current epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.

AAON, which makes large-scale heating and cooling units, is building 2,200 tons of HVAC apparatus for the Stony Brook Temporary Hospital. Stony Brook is on the north shore of Long Island, just east of New York City.

More than 1,300 people have died from COVID-19 in New York City, which is struggling to find hospital space to care for the critically ill.  Read full article from Tulsa World


From Gary Fields, AAON President
If you watched or listened to the WEBEX broadcast this past Thursday, I stated that AAON would go above and beyond to assist with fulfilling Emergency needs related to COVID-19. Further, I stated that AAON would provide expedited manufacturing and shipping at Standard multiplier, no Premium multiplier for these projects.  
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Coronavirus Prompts Response in HVAC Industry

Posted on March 13, 2020 by Buck Nye

Exerpt from an ACHRNEWS article:

One of the big questions about coronavirus — especially from an HVAC perspective — is how significant of a role airborne transmission plays in its spread. As professor of architectural engineering at the Pennsylvania State University and founding director of its Indoor Environment Center, William Bahnfleth, ASHRAE presidential member, is well versed in what’s been published recently on that topic.

“The current consensus is that it's predominantly large droplet transfer,” he reported. This means droplets too large to remain airborne that are spread through coughing and sneezing within a fairly close range of other people. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) puts this range at about six feet.

“If I were to cough or sneeze in your direction unprotected, some of the virus-containing droplets coming out of my mouth or nose might enter your mouth, eyes, or nose and cause an infection,” he said.

Another mode of transmission involves intermediate surfaces. For example, an infected person might cough or sneeze into their hand and then leave infective material on a door knob that someone else might touch and then transfer it to their own mouth or eye.

“But there's also the potential for airborne transmission,” Bahnfleth said. “And if viruses that are viable are in those droplets that you're producing, some of them will be small enough that they will stay airborne for a long time. So, it's not impossible that infectious particles in the air could stay aloft long enough to be collected, say at the return grille of an HVAC system, go through a duct, and infect someone in a different space.”

“Because there are three distinct ways of transmitting an infection,” he added, “even perfect control of airborne pathogens would not eliminate all risk.”
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Solutions For Airborne Pathogens

Ultraviolet-C equipment by UVR and Needlepoint Biopolar Ionization technology by GPS have proven track records with destroying airbourne pathogens.  Find out more about their solutions. 

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H.C. Nye Company Proud to Represent GeoClima Smart HVAC Solutions

Posted on January 15, 2020 by Buck Nye

From the ultra-efficient technology of Turbomiser comes Circlemiser, the new and most efficient series of air cooled chillers present on the market.
The new Circlemiser series is characterized by incomparable performance and high efficiency levels, with an increase in EER up to + 15%, improving the already very high efficiency of Turbomiser technology.

The technological innovation of Circlemiser is in the design and development of special cylindrical condensers, and the installation of cascade flooded evaporators.

*EER in accordance with ANSI/AHRI STANDARD 550/590 (I-P).

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So Far Away

Posted on October 16, 2019 by Buck Nye

Unique to heat pipe thermo-syphon systems, the HRM-V Split Passive Heat Pipe Series gives the design engineer a lot of flexibility and more importantly ZERO cross contamination. And, unlike water run arounds, it comes with

  • higher effectiveness,
  • no moving parts and
  • better efficiency. 

A typical system is comprised of 3 circuits, each circuit combines two rows of heat exchangers. Each circuit has a vapor header at the top end and a liquid header at the bottom. With a permanent elevational difference between supply and exhaust air streams, it can be optimized for the season that yields the most BTUs. In the lesser season, and depending on elevational difference, some recovery will also take place, but far less than the more dominant season. Read More

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Benefits that make a BIG Difference

Posted on September 19, 2019 by Buck Nye

Introducing the Whisperline® VD Series, 2-stage vertical stack water source heat pump; a highly efficient unit and the ideal solution for high performance buildings. The VD Series includes a two-stage scroll compressor and an ECM Motor (electronically commutated) resulting in superior efficiency and comfort.

This series offers our customers best-in-class comfort, efficiency and low noise levels along with a wide range of available options. The Whisperline® VD incorporates a number of features and options that provide maximum comfort and performance to users and maximum flexibility to engineers and architects.

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