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By Matthew Crump PE
Occupant comfort is critical for the building owner’s return on investment. Chilled Water VAV systems have proven to deliver the highest level of occupant comfort, including thermal and acoustical satisfaction. Delivering comfort requires the cooperation of several pieces of equipment. When set up and controlled properly occupant satisfaction can be optimized along with the energy consumption. A major study, ASHRAE RP-1515, proved that optimizing occupant comfort coincides with a more efficient use of energy...
By: Matthew Crump PE
When designing a commercial HVAC system that will serve a diversity of spaces, selecting a VAV air side system has proven to be the best choice. A mechanical engineer has two goals for their future occupants, deliver optimal comfort at the lowest possible energy usage; in that order. When compared to other options, the VAV System wins on both fronts.
Comfort equals Profits
Fundamentally, the goal of an office real estate developer is to construct a building who’s financing and operational...
By Matthew A. Crump, PE
Imitated but Never Duplicated
Building engineers, owners, and occupants can rest easy knowing their Nailor Fan Powered Terminal Units provide the best combination of sound, control, and comfort.
For over 20 years Nailor has led the industry with the most innovative solutions for VAV systems. The Stealth Design has now been validated as the benchmark and industry is rushing to imitate the design. #flattered
Date: December 31, 2020 (revised)
By: Gus Faris
There have been multiple papers written by many authorities on Covid-19 and the necessity to clean the air in buildings. Our opinion is that four of the best sources are The Center for Disease Control (CDC), The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) World Health Organization (WHO) and Taylor Engineering’s White Paper. The opinions in this paper are our best assumptions as garnered from those and other sources about the virus. It...
By: Kevin Del Castillo, EIT
Knowing how much air is passing through a duct or entering a building is imperative in many commercial HVAC applications today but being able to control the airflow can be even more important. Throughout the HVAC industry, there already exists many innovative ways of measuring air, such as differential pressure using pitot tubes, anemometers, vortices, electromagnetic flow meters, and calculation based on damper position, yet the industry often turns to accurate and dependable Thermal Dispersion...