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As contractors seal up homes, they also need to consider proper ventilation, avoid common mistakes, and follow industry protocols to ensure occupant health and safety.
Are your customers really getting better performance as a result of your performance agreement, or are you just insinuating they are?
The analog manometer, commonly referred to as a Magnehelic®, is a test instrument that has been around the HVAC industry for decades.
The NEWS was very busy at the AHR Expo in New York City, visiting as many booths as possible in search of new products. Below is a comprehensive list of all the IAQ and ventilation products we found on the show floor.
Available with a thermally broken frame, the ICD Series of insulated control dampers consists of ultra low-leakage dampers with thermally broken insulated blades.
A line of chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) duct fittings, blast gates, and dampers for use in ventilation systems offers standard sizes from 6-24 inches; custom sizes or variations can be fabricated with quick turnaround.
A new program lowers the barriers for HVAC businesses, duct-sealing professionals, and others looking to enter the home energy-efficiency market, the company said.
Are we using the most accurate metrics for determining duct leakage in a residential duct system? Would this be the best metric to use for quantifying duct leakage in residential duct systems?
Lightweight and easy to handle, the Kanomax TABmaster™ capture hood Model 6710 allows users to take accurate supply and return airflow measurements.
Composed of high-temperature fibers classified for applications up to 2,192°F (1,200°C), the FireMaster® FastWrap® XL is a flexible blanket, fully encapsulated in durable glass fiber reinforced foil facing for easy handling and installation.