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rooftop air handlers

Air Mixer Improves the thermal efficiency of Rooftop Air Handlers

What are rooftop air handlers? Have you ever wondered what those rectangular tubes are on the ceiling of industrial plants? Those are HVAC systems that aid in Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) of the building are rooftop air handling units. Industrial areas have many requirements to keep the working environment safe. The humidity must

Bubble Tight Damper for Isolation and Containment of the Airstream

At the most elevated level, there are 2 different types of applications: HVAC (Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning) applications and Industrial Process applications. Air Dampers are machines that utilize movable blades to manage the wind current from one side of the damper to the next, which might be situated inside ventilation places, between rooms, or

tight seal damper

High Performance Tight Seal Damper for Laboratory

Recently EB Air was approached to supplying a batch of high quality, Zero Leakage Dampers for an offshore project in Australia for application to prevention of cross contamination in a critical research laboratory The timeline and requirement being stringent since dampers were to be regulated by high performance, NEMA 4X rated actuators operating under rugged

commercial buildings workspace

Commercial Buildings Workspace

With the loosening of the post Covid work environment many buildings are facing challenges to manage indoor climate and safe breathing environment. Many property owners professed assurance to tenants and occupiers that adequate steps will be adopted to make sure the air quality is safe and transmission of Covid-19 do not happen through indoor air.

Back to Business Solution – Induction Unit with Bipolar Ionizer and Air Monitor

With the economy opening after a hiatus of 18-20 months of a lull period, office and commercial spaces are ramping up operations although occupants are concerned regarding how safe it is to go back to a busy work environment. The feeling and concern are apparent given there are no indications that the virus threat is

negative rressure rooms

How Does Negative Pressure Rooms Work?

It has become more important than ever to keep patients free from bacteria and diseases from the hospital. These rooms are important to reduce the chances of contamination for high-risk patients. Therefore, the use of negative pressure rooms is important to ensure that the area remains from any illness spreading particles, bacteria, germs, or any

SARS-Cov-2

Sterionizer – Effective against Aerosolized SARS-Cov-2 Spread

Bipolar Ionizer (Sterionizer) has once again fulfilled another milestone, meaning Sterionizer D6 application can now remove SARS-Cov2 concentration in air or HVAC duct or in a concentration significantly by 15 or 30 mins of operation. As more offices are starting to open efforts as well are underway to have places of business operate as normally

V-TREX Induction Unit

EBA V-TREK Induction Unit (VIU)

Several facilities are seeking out to replace age-old induction units, especially owners and building operators are giving extra weightage to newer generation Induction units that mark significant up-gradation to their old Induction system that perhaps operated for 40 years or so. With pandemic situations on the go, more and more building operators and designers are

variable control perimeter induction unit

Variable Control Perimeter Induction Unit (V-PIU)

With many recent facilities seeking out to replace age-old induction units, owners and building operators are giving extra weightage to newer generation Induction units that mark significant up-gradation to their old Induction system that perhaps operated for 40 years or so. With the pandemic situations on the go, more and more building operators and designers

office air recirculation

COVID-19 and the Risk from Office Air Recirculation

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how offices used to operate. Air filtration systems and office air recirculation will face a major change when the offices reopen. While the two primary ways of transmission include aerosols and surface contact, experts also suggest that airborne transmission might be a possibility. Even if it may not materialize, aerosols