The impact of classroom air quality and temperature on student performance in K-12 schools is well-established. For HPAC Engineering, school is never out of session, as its assignment is to arm HVAC designers and school operators with the information they need to maintain healthy and productive indoor environments. Meanwhile, on the campuses of colleges and universities everywhere, the sustainability movement is alive and well. With environmental initiatives playing an increasingly large role in students' choice of school and schools' marketing to prospective students, HPAC Engineering does its homework and comes to class prepared to educate and inform on the subject of efficiency.
No longer are efficiency and dust-holding capacity the sole concerns with filters; with soaring energy prices and increasing awareness of sustainability, filter media are expected to contribute to lower energy consumption.
How high-performance buildings can be delivered at the pace, precision, and volume required to transform the buildings marketplace was the subject of Danfoss’ 29th EnVisioneering Symposium, held recently in Washington, D.C.
At Rosebud County Vocational Technical School, the freeze-protection thermostat on a new rooftop air-handling unit is tripping continually. To Facility Manager Jonas “Wooly” Wolcott’s surprise, Johnny Tundra believes the solution to the rooftop...