Air plenum

Air plenum

Any space used to convey air in a building, furnace, or structure. The space above a suspended ceiling is often used as an air plenum.
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This phenomenon is due to the uneven pressure distribution at the nozzles in the ACB primary air plenum box as shown in Figure 8(b).
The bottom portion of your furnace, known as the return air plenum, is where the air from your home is drawn into the furnace to be heated and then blown back into the rooms where you live.
We occasionally have temperatures below freezing, and many of our AHUs are equipped with a hot water preheat coil located after the mixed air plenum and in front of the cooling coil (see Figure 1).
The rest of the data center then becomes a large hot air plenum. Similar to hot aisle containment, it prevents the mixing of hot and cold air, which is a main key to efficiency.
"The mixed air plenum of an air handler or rooftop unit may be a dark and windy place, but it's important to regularly test the operation of air-side economizers to ensure their long-term performance."
The existing ventilation openings to the tunnel roadway were retained and enlarged, and the existing fan room was converted into an air plenum which connected the roadway openings to the new fan room.
Additional trenchless technology services include: large sewer, storm drain and non-circular pipeline renovation; manhole and tunnel repair; CIPP; pressure, gas, force main repair; pipeline cleaning and CCTV inspection; air plenum ventilation duct renovation; and NSF 61 water main rehabilitation.
That's because they won't line up with the original compression points on the air plenum box seal, which will cause gaps in the seal.
The air plenum includes an abrasion-resistant baffle plate exclusive to the M-Series.
Where maintaining the integrity and effectiveness of an under floor air plenum delivery system is essential to a mission critical facilities energy efficiency, the new Air-Guard 5” Round cable seal incorporates a two-stage sealing system that integrates an (EPDM) “rubber” gasket combined with overlapping brush technology to deliver an airtight seal around cables, helping to eliminate air leakage and control airflow bypass in under-floor cable installations.
The coating module uses the same principle as big production systems and has a fully perforated drum with a high amount of perforated surface, a guided air stream going straight through the tablet bed, as well as a special exhaust air plenum chamber.