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Fire and Smoke FAQ

Fire and Smoke Damper FAQ Fire, Smoke and Combination Fire/Smoke dampers (also known as UL dampers) are code enforced items that are required to minimize the hazards of a fire through the HVAC system. As the name suggests, a damper which has been 3rd party tested will be installed in an application to divert or stop air from the onset [...]

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Chilled Beam, Underfloor, and Lower Dew Point Applications

Engineered Air Solutions offers a complete line of dehumidification products to meet your application and budget. Unbiased white paper on the different types of dehumidification Chilled beams use warmer chilled water and induction to allow an efficient way to provide comfort level without any moving parts. The Major Concern for Chilled Beams is Condensation!  Novelaire builds competitive high quality built [...]

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Basic Pool Design and Layout

While the purpose of this article is to give a good overview, it should not be the sole reference for a complete pool design. If you have noticed excessive corrosion, mold/mildew or strong indoor pool odors inside or outside the pool, taking a look at the following to get some ideas to improve the situation. While many spaces have the [...]

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Acoustical Terms and Definitions

Courtesy of Pottorff: Absorption Coefficient (1) Ideally, the randomly incident sound power which is absorbed (or otherwise, not reflected) by a material. (2) A measure of the sound absorptive property of a material as approximated by ASTM C 423. Acoustics (1) The science of sound, including its production, transmission, reception and effects. (2) Of a room, those qualities that together determine [...]

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Hot Gas Reheat Retrofit?

Over the years all of us in the industry have had the issue where a space has a humidity problem and as an engineer, mechanical contractor, building owner or equipment vendor has been asked what can be done. If the HVAC unit is old, many will simply replace the old unit with a new unit with Hot-Gas reheat and be [...]

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P trap design

Do you know the proper way to size a P trap on an HVAC unit? The pull of the water to the drain has to exceed the sucking of the supply fan (“negative pressure”).Rule of thumb… add 2.5” to the static pressure before the fan (return and internal to the unit) and that’s the long end (closer to the drain [...]

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