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Our Stories

Sutter Roseville Medical Center – Keeping patients safe and costs low

The Sutter Roseville Medical Center had a single aging vaneaxial fan servicing all the patient rooms and key surgical suites.

Dell Children’s Medical Center – Keeping Hospitals Operating Safely

The Dell Children’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas, required an air handling solution for their 6,500 sq. ft. MRI operating suite that could meet the stringent environmental requirements for LEED certification.

Schermerhorn Symphony Center – Standing Ovation for Knockdown Air Handlers

The Cumberland River burst its banks, causing the worst flood in Nashville’s history. The Schermerhorn Symphony Center suffered terrible losses – musical instruments and mechanical systems were destroyed. Replacements needed to meet or exceed the extremely low Preferred Noise Criteria (PNC – 10).

Anytime Fitness – Cool Down for a Fitness Center

Anytime Fitness Hamilton in Queensland, Australia, is the state’s most awarded Anytime Fitness, but the air inside reflected the impact of every curl, crunch, lift and lunge.

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Complying with California and Washington’s Refrigerant Phaseout Requirements

By this time, everyone has heard about the EPA’s AIM Act passed on December 27, 2020 and the subsequent Technology Transitions Program that limits the use of climate damaging hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in specific technology sectors and subsectors, such as foam, aerosols, and refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pumps. While these regulations will impact the entire United States, there are also regulations in place in California and Washington that also impact the space conditioning products we rely on to cool our homes, offices, ice arenas and food distribution network


Big Ass Fans’, Hornet Tackles Air Stratification With Ease

Air stratification occurs when lower density, warmer air rises, which can result in a significant thermal gradient from floor to ceiling.


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