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Controlling Cross Contamination – Isolation and Containment

It is increasingly becoming important worldwide as well mandate under critical working environment to prevent mixing or contact of bio-contaminants or two types of air resulting contamination of one by the other. Especially when the world is plagued by viruses, airborne germs, and other harmful factors, it is even more meaningful to having space properly

Importance of Bypass Damper for HVAC Zones

Zoned HVAC systems are like the breath of fresh air in hot seasons. In a two-storied home where a single air conditioner is connected to one downstairs thermostat, the second floor gets much hotter than the first floor. The difference in temperature can even be 2 to 5 degrees. Zoned systems offer an amazing solution

Difference Between Dampers and Louvers

Dampers and louvers both are used to manage the free flow of air but with different purposes. People often get confused between louvers and dampers due to a few of the similarities they have. For instance, they both have exterior frames and horizontal blades. Moreover, they are mostly placed on walls and can work as

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Replacing Old Induction Unit with Retrofit Induction Units

The ever changing HVAC system skillfully increases energy efficiency and supports building health. The introduction of wall caps and vents is considered as one of the best cases at this point of time. They offer superior protection to the rainscreen of a building. The vents developed for rainscreen are known for their lifelong durability but

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Types of Dampers in HVAC

A damper in an HVAC system, also known as Duct Damper or Volume Balancing Damper is a movable plate, situated in the ductwork that regulates the flow of air and redirects it to specific places of a house. The usage of dampers is typically seen in zoning or zone control systems. Air Dampers are an

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Air Mixing Mechanism in HVAC Systems

In the current age of global warming, extreme temperature conditions have become the new normal. Hot places are becoming hotter and more humid, and cold places are getting cooler and freezing. Under such circumstances, an HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) system for organisations, residential projects, vehicles, and hotels becomes a necessity than a luxury.

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6 Trends in the HVAC System that are here to stay

The HVAC technology has been continuously advancing itself to increase its energy efficiency. Something that was new and impressive a year ago is being quickly replaced by something better and more convenient. In this article, we will be discussing about the seven new trends in the industry that are here to stay. The current HVAC

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Introduction to different types of HVAC system

The mechanism that works behind cooling and heating our homes seems to be a complicated one to many but in reality the basics of heating and air conditioning are quite understandable concepts. An HVAC system which stands for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning aims to make the indoor environment comfortable. HVAC system is divided into

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Introduction to the HVAC Chilled Beam System

An air terminal chilled beam is a kind of convection HVAC system that is designed to heat or cool large buildings. It is an alternative to a conventional VAV system which draws a line between dehumidification and ventilation. Copper tubing and aluminum fins are used in its production process. It is housed in a sheet

Why your AC Has A Sound and Vibration Problem?

Whenever there is a problem with sound and vibration, EB Air is the solution Modern air conditioners are quiet. So when you hear any form of sound or vibrations coming out of your unit, it is indeed a cause for worry. The problem could be that it just needs a good cleaning, but sometimes it