Exhaust makeup air solution meets standards, satisfies homeowners’ needs
March 14, 2016
Bruce Fraser, owner of Fraser Construction LLC in Avon, Colorado, recently discovered you can have a suitably sized kitchen exhaust system and meet the IRC M1503.4 makeup air requirement without breaking the bank.
Intelligent, Modular, Low-Cost Scrubber Can Be Retrofitted or Used in New Construction
October 16, 2014
enVerid Systems announced that it has been awarded $2.4 million through a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to accelerate the deployment of the company’s new HVAC Load Reduction (HLR™) technology for buildings.
Complete exhaust ventilation systems require complementary make-up air solutions. AIRLET™ through-wall and through-window inlets are available in manually adjustable or self-regulating models for make-up air introduction.
Providing operators the ability to control temperature and humidity independently, the DryCool™ Standard Dedicated Outdoor Air System (DOAS) is designed to cost effectively treat 100 percent makeup air.
United States Air Force personnel sought a solution to renovate the makeup air and exhaust ventilation systems to reduce energy usage in a 35,000-square-foot aircraft corrosion control hangar in Oklahoma City. By utilizing Munters energy recovery systems, engineers at the base achieved their mission.