Energy Savings and Duct Air Leakage Testing Research has proven that the most energy lost in homes is due to duct air leakages. Extreme cases of this are seen in either very hot or very cold months. In the winter hot air is quickly spread
The air quality in a room depends on a lot of factors. The air may contain unhealthy particles and dust, airflow might be too weak or too intense, or the temperature might be unsuitable or unstable. The quality of air in a room can affect
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Wood drying is necessary because it helps reduce moisture, extending its lifespan and hardening it for construction purposes. When the wood drying is done in a kiln, it is known as ‘kiln-dried lumber.’ It is well-known that log homes are built for energy efficiency and beauty,
As many HVACR pros are already aware, the growing HVACR trend is the use of spiral ducts as they are less prone to leakage and subsequent energy loss and/or uneven distribution of conditioned or heated air.
Luckily, Kanomax products were designed with some foresight, and some
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Handhelds such as the 3-channel 3888 or the multi-parameter 6-channel 3889 are great for spot checks or certification of small cleanrooms.
As buildings have become "greener", heating and cooling efficiency have greatly improved. However, this increased building tightness can have a negative impact on the indoor air quality of the building if the HVAC system isn't pulling in enough outside air. How can you be sure
Due to recent snowstorms that have resulted in power outages in the northeast, the NJDEP has updated some of the guidance relating to VOC’s and vapor intrusion. A building’s level of risk of the presence of volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) and vapor intrusion is based
Continuing along the theme of our last post, achieving and maintaining optimal HVACR system performance can be extremely beneficial and, often, even essential. As we mentioned in the duct leakage post last week, when air does not move through the duct system as intended due