Articles Tagged with ''fans''

Feb. 10, 2012: Steimle Named President of Hartzell Air Movement

February 10, 2012
Hartzell has announced the appointment of Sean Steimle as the new president of its Hartzell Air Movement business. He joins Hartzell after more than 13 years in the air moving industry. Steimle will report to Jeff Bannister, Hartzell CEO.

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Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012: Panasonic Unveils New Ventilation Products

January 25, 2012
Panasonic Home & Environment Co. hosted a press conference at the AHR Expo and announced new ventilation products.

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Tjernlund Products Inc.: Booster Fans

January 16, 2012
Many homeowners dealing with winter roof ice dams or summer high attic temperature problems due to inadequate attic ventilation now have the option of adding booster fans under existing roof vents instead of cutting additional holes in their roofs to install attic ventilation fans, the manufacturer says.

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Jan. 4, 2012: International Green Construction Code Adopts AMCA’s Fan Standard

January 4, 2012
The International Green Construction Code (IGCC) has become the first building code to adopt minimum efficiency levels based on AMCA Standard 205, Energy Classification for Fans.

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Rosenberg USA: Compact 200mm Fan

December 31, 2011
Rosenberg USA is showing a new compact fan with special conical housing design that significantly increases air pressure output.

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VENTS-US: Mixed Flow Inline Fan

December 31, 2011
The Turbo Tube is the only mixed flow inline fan that has been engineered with onboard temperature and speed controls, says the manufacturer.

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More Fans or Fewer: Optimizing VFD Control

December 5, 2011
This article compares three schemes of fan control used on large air conditioning and refrigeration condensers. The first scheme is step control; the second is a hybrid with a VFD on only one bank of fans, while the rest remain step controlled. The final, and most efficient, scheme is VFD control of all fans, at all times.

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