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ASHRAE Supplier Directory

This directory provides information about products and services provided by HVAC&R Industry companies. Search the directory by topic, company, name, or geographic location. To browse the directory, click on a product or service category. This directory is provided as a service to ASHRAE members and others in the HVAC&R industry. Companies, products, and services listed here are not endorsed or approved by ASHRAE. ASHRAE does not test or certify products or services.
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Supplier White Papers

Browse supplier white papers to keep up with the latest trends in the HVAC&R industry.

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  • Supplier White Papers by Topics

    HVAC


    HVAC

    AAON

    Superheat and Subcooled Levels for Water Source Heat Pumps

    This paper evaluates and analyzes the superheat and subcooled levels for water source heat pumps. As per the non-ideal refrigeration cycle, each cycle has a certain amount of superheat in the suction line and a certain amount of subcooled liquid in the liquid line. By evaluating the level of measured superheat and subcooled levels for a known correctly charged system, we can document and publish the results for internal and external use. By connecting temperature gauges to the suction and liquid lines of a system, the superheat and subcooled levels of the system can be found relatively quickly. Charge can be declared to be correct if the values of the superheat and subcooled levels match those of the lab tested values.

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    Daikin North America, LLC

    Blueprint: Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative Cornell, Wisconsin

    Chippewa Valley Electrical Cooperative (CVEC) began building their new headquarters office in the fall of 2014. CVEC has a proud history of promoting energy saving solutions to its 7,500 residential and commercial customers. So, when it came time to select an HVAC system for its new facility, CVEC felt it had to lead by example. The HVAC system needed to be highly efficient, easy to maintain, quiet, comfortable and interlocked with a make-up air system using centralized controls.

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    Ebtron

    Pressure Control for Today's High Performance Green Buildings

    The control of building pressure is essential to maintain acceptable indoor air quality (IAQ), thermal comfort, and structural integrity. Negatively pressurized buildings result in the transport of untreated outdoor air into the building. this untreated outdoor air will result in the transport of dirt, dust and other contaminants; the transport of moisture in humid climates; mold growth; and more. In addition, improper building pressure may damage the building envelope.

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    Greenheck

    Product Application Guide: Actuators for Commercial HVAC Dampers

    The purpose of any damper actuator is to control the position of a damper within an HVAC system. This seems straight forward, however, the number of actuator types, functions, and control methods available adds a level of confusion for designers and installers. This article will assist in clarifying the common properties and terms used in the description and selection of commercial damper actuators.

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    Mitsubishi Electric

    VRF and Building Integrations: Options and How to Choose Among Them

    Buildings today are more sophisticated than ever — and the same is true for the mechanical equipment that supports building operations. This sophistication has made possible the world of advanced integration, or having a single point of control for multiple systems. For example, a building might have three systems (e.g., cooling and heating, a water feature and lighting) that can all be controlled from a single location. Or a campus might have 300 systems in separate buildings — all controlled from a single location. Integration is the act of bringing together multiple, often diverse systems into a single, centralized controls system.

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    Titus

    Healthcare and Energy Savings: An HVAC Approach

    For hospitals and other healthcare facilities, power systems can never be allowed to flatline. It is this "always on" setting that keeps patients alive, provides reliable access to vital electronic health records, and ensures that medical staff can perform life-sustaining work 24/7. But all that energy expenditure comes at a steep price.

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  • Supplier White Papers by Company

    AAON | Daikin | Ebtron | Greenheck | Mitsubishi Electric | Titus


    AAON

    Superheat and Subcooled Levels for Water Source Heat Pumps

    This paper evaluates and analyzes the superheat and subcooled levels for water source heat pumps. As per the non-ideal refrigeration cycle, each cycle has a certain amount of superheat in the suction line and a certain amount of subcooled liquid in the liquid line. By evaluating the level of measured superheat and subcooled levels for a known correctly charged system, we can document and publish the results for internal and external use. By connecting temperature gauges to the suction and liquid lines of a system, the superheat and subcooled levels of the system can be found relatively quickly. Charge can be declared to be correct if the values of the superheat and subcooled levels match those of the lab tested values.

    Download Whitepaper

    Daikin North America, LLC

    Blueprint: Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative Cornell, Wisconsin

    Chippewa Valley Electrical Cooperative (CVEC) began building their new headquarters office in the fall of 2014. CVEC has a proud history of promoting energy saving solutions to its 7,500 residential and commercial customers. So, when it came time to select an HVAC system for its new facility, CVEC felt it had to lead by example. The HVAC system needed to be highly efficient, easy to maintain, quiet, comfortable and interlocked with a make-up air system using centralized controls.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper

    Ebtron

    Pressure Control for Today's High Performance Green Buildings

    The control of building pressure is essential to maintain acceptable indoor air quality (IAQ), thermal comfort, and structural integrity. Negatively pressurized buildings result in the transport of untreated outdoor air into the building. this untreated outdoor air will result in the transport of dirt, dust and other contaminants; the transport of moisture in humid climates; mold growth; and more. In addition, improper building pressure may damage the building envelope.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper

    Greenheck

    Product Application Guide: Actuators for Commercial HVAC Dampers

    The purpose of any damper actuator is to control the position of a damper within an HVAC system. This seems straight forward, however, the number of actuator types, functions, and control methods available adds a level of confusion for designers and installers. This article will assist in clarifying the common properties and terms used in the description and selection of commercial damper actuators.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper

    Mitsubishi Electric

    VRF and Building Integrations: Options and How to Choose Among Them

    Buildings today are more sophisticated than ever — and the same is true for the mechanical equipment that supports building operations. This sophistication has made possible the world of advanced integration, or having a single point of control for multiple systems. For example, a building might have three systems (e.g., cooling and heating, a water feature and lighting) that can all be controlled from a single location. Or a campus might have 300 systems in separate buildings — all controlled from a single location. Integration is the act of bringing together multiple, often diverse systems into a single, centralized controls system.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper

    Titus

    Healthcare and Energy Savings: An HVAC Approach

    For hospitals and other healthcare facilities, power systems can never be allowed to flatline. It is this "always on" setting that keeps patients alive, provides reliable access to vital electronic health records, and ensures that medical staff can perform life-sustaining work 24/7. But all that energy expenditure comes at a steep price.

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    Please contact Greg Martin at gmartin@ashrae.org for information on posting sponsored white papers on this page.

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