Chances are you know someone who has been hospitalized or stayed in a nursing home and developed pneumonia. How does that happen? The latest science proves some of these cases are coming from the facility water supply.
Architects and engineers have two options when specifying the design and construction of kitchen hood exhaust ducts. They can use field-fabricated or factory-built grease ducts.
But, which option is the best?
It took a while for the spring weather to arrive in the Midwest, but now the temperature is quickly warming up, and we can finally say that the cooling season has started. In the HVAC world, that means it is time to start up your chiller(s).
Did you know that metals such copper and silver can be used for water treatment when ionized?
In fact, copper-silver ionization is one of the oldest and most effective water disinfection solutions that we are aware of.
Cooling towers attract all kinds of airborne debris. Fine particles, sometimes smaller than 5 microns, greatly affect heat transfer surfaces.
Filtration is vital to cooling tower water treatment.
HVAC systems are a vital piece of critical environments. Triatek mitigates the spread of dangerous airborne contaminants and prevents harmful chemicals from re-circulating in the air.
Chemical water treatment has always been one of the biggest safety concerns when managing a facility. The reasons are numerous: drums of toxic chlorine, wash stations, emergency contact procedures and legionella to name a few ...
In the HVAC industry, water and energy use are closely related. In fact, we could say that they are interdependent.
Sum up high energy rates in your facility to over-billing by energy companies and you 'll see profits drop. Add old equipment in your building and it sounds even worse.
What can you do?