unit ventilator


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unit ventilator

An operable air-inlet damper which furnishes outdoor air to an interior space; may be provided with a filter and heating and/or cooling coils.
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* Hiring environmental contractors to clean unit ventilators;
DDC enables/disables unit ventilators and fan coil units by zones, rooftop units, air handling units and selected exhaust fans.
This system also cools and partially dehumidifies the ventilation air that is supplied directly to the unit ventilator.
A modern two-pipe unit ventilator system designed per the E-Source pamphlet,5 with an air-cooled chiller and the following boiler options: (a) propane and (b) fuel oil.
"Teachers learn that their classrooms' unit ventilators shouldn't be used as bookshelves, that they shouldn't block the door vents or shut off air cleaner fans to muffle noise, or spray pests with their own can of Raid.
Tenders are invited for the project consists of removal of 6 existing mechanical outdoor air intake units, 21 unit ventilators, associated piping & ductwork, then installing 7 new mechanical rooftop units and associated ductwork.
Common examples of terminal units that can be equipped with variable speed fan control include water-source heat pumps (WSHP), fan coils, blower coils, classroom unit ventilators, and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) terminals.
McQuay chillers, self-contained units, rooftop units, and AAF[TM]-HermanNelson[TM] unit ventilators are all available with MicroTech II with the Protocol Selectability feature.
the new work includes installing new boilers, unit ventilators, vrf equipment and all associatedelectrical power and temperature control systems.
District-wide, Infinity controls and monitors exterior and interior lighting; chilled water plants, including ice storage systems; central heating plants; domestic and kitchen water heating systems; bell systems for starting/ending class periods; occupancy scheduling by classroom; real-time monitoring of 17 electric meters; and DDC control of classroom unit ventilators and VAV boxes.
According to Kirkwood Facilities Manager Pete Pilgrim, Kirkwood has every type of conventional HVAC system used somewhere within its 300-acre campus: constant volume, constant volume reheat, VAV, steam and hot water, unit ventilators, small split systems, rooftops, chilled water, and direct expansion cooling.
test existing air and water flow rates for all mechanical equipment (chillers, boilers, pumps, air handling units, rooftop units, unit ventilators, etc includes testing, adjusting, and balancing of the mechanical air and water systems, and measurement of equipment operating conditions.