Induction Unit

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Induction Unit Replacement – Easy and Fast for Commercial Spaces

The induction unit supplies primary air to smaller delivery or terminal units as part of an induction system. The utilization of nozzles in the terminal unit, as opposed to fans, is the primary characteristic that sets induction units apart from other systems.  Why should these systems be replaced? The air passing through the terminal devices

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Induction Unit – Realtime Operation with Simple Change

As many commercial buildings operate in partial mode or on reduced footprint, most are cognizant of savings when it comes to balancing income to operating expenses. We have seen in recent times many reputed commercial buildings and offices spaces in expensive locations trying many ways to allure new tenants and occupants. As many of old


Commercial/Office Building Retrofit with Improved Air Quality

Perimeter Induction unit are back in the trend with many commercial towers getting retrofitted with Induction unit system in lieu of other VAV type systems. Induction units as produced by EB Air Control is slim, quiet and energy efficient and more so can be customized for all locations. With VAV option on Induction unit in

Perimeter Induction Units

Understanding Perimeter Induction Units: How They Work & What Makes Them Effective

Recent improvements in PIU (Perimeter Induction Units) efficiency have led to owners, engineers, and architects searching for replacement models that are capable, adaptable, and able to deliver within a specified blanket space. An effective control mechanism can be constructed to link PIU with a building’s BACnet system, enabling it to change the amount of air

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What Are Ceiling Induction Units

The most typical solutions for decentralized air conditioning equipment in business buildings are ceiling induction units. They’re mounted beneath the suspended ceilings to coincide with the heating and cooling demands. This blog gives an idea about the different types of ceiling induction units used for commercial building cooling. Ceiling Induction Units Induction units, which are

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Case Study – Induction Unit Replacement vs Maintenance

Often client/Property Managers call EB Air looking for help with maintenance or repairs of their very old Induction Units. Their concerns range from no Cooling/Heating, no air flow, noisy and dirty clogged filters etc. We frequently hear about the large funds being committed to maintenance and repair of these old Induction units, yet the outcome

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EB Air Induction Unit and Custom Cabinets

In most Induction unit retrofit work, it has become necessary to consider whether to keep existing enclosures or work with modern, sleek, architecturally aesthetic covers that give a new appeal to the tenant and occupants.  The hybrid solution of providing enclosures/cabinets and an energy-efficient Induction Unit can now be supplied by EB Air. Clients do


Spring Servicing of Perimeter Induction Units

As we traverse from Winter to Spring, weather for a few days in that shoulder season becomes temperate as both temperature and humidity in the air become moderate and pleasant. Many buildings take that opportunity to do their Spring cleaning since approaching months of cooling to become busy with less or no downtime for Perimeter

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

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