A pamphlet from BRAE discusses rainwater harvesting for commercial and residential construction projects. The pamphlet explains how rainwater harvesting can help achieve water efficiencies as high as 65 percent and cites four reasons project teams are choosing the company's rainwater-harvesting systems.
BuildSite Submittals now incorporates templates tied to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green-building-certification project submissions. The software allows users to create fully electronic LEED submissions, as well as standard product submissions backed by BuildSite's construction database.
Available for iPhone, Blackberry, and Droid, CertainTeed's Quick Response mobile smartphone application simplifies how building professionals get information about the company's products. The application allows paperless access to installation manuals, videos, safety sheets, and technical information.
— CertainTeed Corp.
“Dehumidifiers for Limited Footprint” details Desert Aire's VerticalAire vertically designed 100-percent and high-outdoor-air systems. The brochure explains the company's approach to indoor-air quailty, such as choosing the right system for an application, considering building codes, and providing single-source responsibility.
— Desert Aire
A booklet from Falcon describes the company's line of high-performance no-water urinal technology. The booklet includes a chart that analyzes the water, sewer, and operating-cost savings possible with the company's urinal compared with a standard flush urinal. A graph breaks down the flush times of water-flushing urinals.
— Falcon Waterfree Technologies
A product guide from Greenheck details the company's line of third-party-certified high-wind and hurricane fans. Various anchoring possibilities, such as steel, concrete, and wood, and mounting options are described. Other severe-duty products, including louvers and laboratory-exhaust systems, also are featured.
A four-page brochure from Space-Ray describes 19 infrared radiant straight-tube heaters in 80 configurations for custom-designed heating systems. “LTS Series Solutions for Commercial and Industrial Heating” highlights features of the company's LTS Series of infrared tube heaters and includes charts, line drawings, and illustrations.
A booklet from Tate details the company's lines of in-floor cooling devices for high-density, diverse, and variable data-center environments, including DirectAire, SmartAire, and PowerAire systems. The booklet describes how the units utilize total-air capture to cool high-density racks and improve financial performance.
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