Air Conditioning, Cooling & Ventilation
Air handling units (AHUs) are essential components of HVAC systems that are responsible for conditioning and circulating air in a building. AHUs come in various types, each with unique features and benefits designed to suit specific applications. In this article, we will discuss the different types of AHUs and their characteristics.
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The HVAC design of a building can have a significant impact on its overall sustainability. HVAC systems consume a substantial amount of energy, and a poorly designed system can result in unnecessary energy consumption, which in turn leads to increased carbon emissions and higher operating costs.
Air handling units play a vital role in maintaining indoor air quality and temperature control. To reduce energy consumption and costs, it's important to choose an air handling unit that's designed with energy efficiency in mind.
Factors that impact energy efficiency include the unit's design, size, construction materials, and control systems.
Indoor air quality and general health and wellbeing go hand in hand, especially since humans spend most of their time indoors. More often than not, we are sharing this indoor space with any number of people, putting us at greater risk of contracting communicable diseases such as the common cold and flu.
In our previous articles, we explained the importance of testing indoor air quality and the various airborne contaminants that building occupants are exposed to.
In this article, we’re going to discuss how to test indoor air quality.
The quality of indoor air in buildings has become a significant health and environmental issue, and with phenomena’s such as Sick Building Syndrome becoming more prevalent - frequent indoor air quality testing is an absolute necessity.
Achieving the perfect indoor climate is relatively simple. The challenge is maintaining it, and this is only achieved by regular air quality testing. In this article, we talk about the benefits of good air quality and why you should be testing it regularly.
HVAC systems work hard to keep the air clean and the filters housed in the system are responsible for ensuring that clean air is maintained and delivered to the building it services. However, air filters have a limited life expectancy and if they are not changed regularly, they lose their ability to effectively remove pollutants from the air, posing an obvious risk to the building’s occupants.
From the heat of summer to icy winter days, in this article we’re going to discuss how you can help your business avoid high HVAC utility costs.
Although HVAC seems like a modern-day luxury – the truth is that it’s been around for quite some time. In this article, we’ll briefly discuss the history of HVAC and how it came about.
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