Energy Recovery Systems for Replacements and Retrofits

Posted on November 23, 2020 by Buck Nye
Due to the recent COVID-19 crisis, ASHRAE’s Technical Committee TC 5.5 issued an updated “Practical Guidance for Epidemic Operation of Energy Recovery Ventilation Systems” (dated 6/9/20).  In addition, ASHRAE formed an ‘Epidemic Task Force’...
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ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force Recommends Increased Ventilation

Posted on October 14, 2020 by Buck Nye
Due to the recent COVID-19 crisis, ASHRAE has created an ‘Epidemic Task Force’ that has produced multiple guidelines to assist design professionals, servicing contractors, and building owners in addressing how to improve indoor air quality. Two of...
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Improving Indoor Air Quality for New, Replacement, and Retrofit Work.

Posted on September 22, 2020 by Buck Nye
Due to the recent COVID-19 crisis, the HVAC industry has pivoted towards improving indoor air quality for occupants in buildings. Indoor air quality incorporates three strategies to manage the indoor environment: source control, filtration, and di...
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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 t...
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COVID-19 | AAON RESPONDS WITH 9 DAY DELIVERY FOR TEMPORARY HOSPITAL

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 buil...
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Coronavirus Prompts Response in HVAC Industry

Posted on March 13, 2020 by Buck Nye
Exerpt from an ACHRNEWS article: ALL ABOUT AIRBORNE TRANSMISSION 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 archite...
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