AAON Geothermal Systems are featured in the latest issue of Business Energy

Posted on October 19, 2014 by Buck Nye



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Designing a Passive Energy Recovery Heat Pipe

Posted on October 19, 2014 by Buck Nye

Energy Recovery Heat Pipes provide economical and reliable recovery during both heating and cooling seasons.  HPT uses a Heat Loop design, where the “pumping” of the working fluid is achieved not only by the difference of temperature between the two air streams, but also by the temperature differential between rows in the same air stream.

In SelectPlus, users have the ability to design their energy recovery heat pipe at various temperature conditions.  The software also allows users to model heat pipe performance with evaporative cooling for summer conditions, and model frost control for winter conditions.  Advanced Economic Analysis is available to all users.  It has the capability to calculate accurate savings with inputs available from weather bin data, and run time hours.

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AAON SB and V3

Posted on October 13, 2014 by Buck Nye

With yet another example of industry innovation and engineering excellence, AAON provides solutions.  The problem? Industry guidelines and standards, such as the IECC and ASHRAE standards, are increasing demands for ventilation air and also requiring energy recovery for many applications. The solution from AAON?  Energy Recovery Wheels are now available with SB Series and V3 Series units. The example drawings in the download brochure below show the energy recovery wheel configurations of the AAON vertical air handling unit and AAON self-contained.

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AAON Rooftop Units are featured in the latest issue of Facilities Engineering Journal

Posted on August 21, 2014 by Buck Nye

Facilities Engineering Journal is a bi-monthly publication from the Association for Facilities Engineers (AFE). AFE is the oldest and most experienced facilities maintenance and engineering association that supports facilities professionals who operate and maintain buildings. Each AFE member receives the Facilities Engineering Journal making it an effective tool in reaching the individuals purchasing and maintaining HVAC equipment.

AAON rooftop units are the subject of an article in the July/August issue titled “Advances in High Efficiency Rooftop HVAC Units”. The article highlights the world class features of AAON units, such as the cabinet construction, variable capacity compressors, and modulating hot gas reheat. There is also a discussion on how these features are “pushing the boundaries and breaking through barriers when it comes to improving the efficiency, quality, and flexibility of rooftop units.” 

Digital Edition Link (Article Starts on Page 20)

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Fan Array Air Totalizing System from Paragon – FAATS 1000

Posted on August 20, 2014 by Buck Nye

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Desert Aire Q Pump Inverter for DOAS Water Source Heat Pumps

Posted on March 26, 2014 by Buck Nye

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