Despite years of working with just metal, Sheet Metal Werks President Kevin Ryan recommended installing nonmetal pre-insulated phenolic ductwork to officials at a local communications facility. It was the right choice, he says.
In Elgin, Illinois, communications equipment company Motorola Solutions was planning an update to a 300,000-square-foot building that would be used for corporate training and manufacturing. While the building was relatively new, Motorola invested $18 million in upgrades to bring the facility’s components to “state-of-the-art” status — one of which was its HVAC system.
St. Luke’s Cataract & Laser Institute, which says it has performed more cataract surgeries than any other eye care clinic in the world, uses ultraviolet germicidal irradiation light systems for disinfecting its surgery rooms and promoting clean HVAC construction system coils for better indoor air quality.
Greenheck’s eCAPS Engineer Application Suite now includes fans and louvers. As a free online product selection program, eCAPS allows engineers to compare multiple models of HVAC market equipment simultaneously.
RectorSeal’s AC Leak Freeze Pro, an 11.5-inch-long refrigerant leak sealant applicator for residential and commercial HVAC and refrigeration systems, features a factory-sealed transparent refrigeration hose and an attached copper reservoir to prevent injecting air or atmospheric moisture into a system.
As of September 2015, 27 active wildfires were burning around the United States, damaging nearly 1.6 million acres of land. The valley fire in California — deemed one of the most destructive wildfires in U.S. history — had burned a total of 70,000 acres, destroyed 585 homes and displaced 13,000 people before it was even 30 percent contained.
Armistead Mechanical Inc., a mechanical construction and engineering services contractor in New Jersey and New York, was part of a team recognized by the New Jersey Subcontractors Association for its work on the Celgene Building L office and parking structure in Summit, New Jersey.
Dynamic Air Quality Solutions is partnering with the COPD Foundation to raise awareness about chronic obstructive pulmonary disease — the third leading cause of death in the United States, according to the American Lung Association.