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Manufacturing Marvels - which aired on Fox Business Network - was recently here filming Nailor Industries and Thermal Corporation, which were featured on their November 10th episode.
Nailor Model Series ‘UNI’ Square Plaque Ceiling Diffusers have been designed to complement any decor, blending beautifully with virtually any architectural style or requirement. The diffusers deliver a tight 360° radial horizontal diffusion pattern at minimum NC levels required for high engineering performance. The ‘UNI’ diffusers provide stable diffusion and mixing patterns under constant and changing load conditions and are particularly suitable for variable air volume systems.
Constructed of heavy gauge, corrosion-resistant steel (Model UNI) or...
The slender design makes this unit ideal for perimeter heating and cooling applications in hotels, offices, hospitals, and other public buildings. The coil section of the 41V is lined with fiberglass insulation to provide positive protection against sweating and maximum dampening of noise. Standard 41V units are provided with a galvanized finish. The 41V Series is available in concealed and exposed chassis.
· PSC and 3-speed ECM.
· Two or four pipe hydronic connections.
· Electric heat.
· MERV 8....
Today is National World Safety Day and “Workplace Stress: a collective challenge” is the theme of the campaign. Nailor Industries, Inc. understands the importance of trying to tackle stress in the workplace and has provided multiple stress reducing activities for our employees. Earlier this year Nailor launched a workplace wellness program, which encourages our employees to live healthier and teaches them how to reduce stress and muscle strain while on the job. We have implemented an on-the-job stretching routine which takes place at the start of each...
How old is the louver? According to historians, the louver is approximately 1500 years old. Created during the Middle Ages in Europe, the first construction was thought to be on the rooftops of kitchens providing air circulation and preventing outside elements from penetrating the room. The first louvers were constructed of several types of materials such as old wood or recycled staves from barrels, scrap metal, and ceramic. During this time in more sophisticated construction, designers would fabricate louvers from clay to impersonate human faces or...