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  • Supplier White Papers by Company

    AAON | Armacell | Greenheck | LG | Metal-Fab | JCI Ruskin


    AAON

    Rooftop Unit Compressor Technologies

    The need to have more energy efficient buildings and the knowledge of the potential energy savings with a building's mechanical equipment has inspired new higher efficiency compressor technologies for commercial building HVAC systems. The HVAC industry has come a long way from open-type reciprocating compressors to the hermetic scroll compressors available today. Systems with scroll compressors have also evolved to provide more efficient system operation.

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    Armacell

    Code Adoption

    Understanding ever-changing building codes as they are adopted at the state and local level is paramount to building safety. Safety standards and their related testing procedures are developed for buildings and their associated systems and components to ensure adherence to minimum requirements to reduce risk and injury

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    Greenheck

    Louver Fundamentals and Selection Considerations

    Louvers have been used in building openings since the Middle Ages to allow airflow into a building, while keeping out the unwanted elements of water, birds, and debris. Today, architects not only use louvers to create exciting and distinct exteriors, but also as the
    first line of defense to protect HVAC systems and ductwork from water damage. Having a fundamental understanding of performance characteristics early in the selection process will help maximize the benefits of louver form and function.

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    LG

    Efficiency Analysis for Net Zero Energy Residential Homes Using LG Multi V™

    Net Zero Energy (NZE) homes are efficient residential buildings that produce renewable energy as consumed throughout the year. 4 DOE defines a NZE home as "a high-performance home so energy efficient all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy."

    NZE homes not only minimize energy consumption, but also include the latest materials, technologies, and controls to produce more energy than the building consumes. As NZE home building design needs increase, HVAC engineers must strive to develop highly efficient products and systems to achieve performance goals. This report defines NZE HVAC applications for residential homes that can maximize HVAC and DHW energy savings.

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    The Ebell of Los Angeles (Revised)

    Opened more than a century ago, The Ebell of Los Angeles and the accompanying Wilshire Ebell Theatre participates in and encourages the educational, cultural, and social growth of the Los Angeles community. With the need to replace an old, inefficient cooling tower and chiller system that only conditioned the theater space, The Ebell of Los Angeles’ management team sought a new innovative HVAC solution to address the full needs of the theater and occupants throughout the larger complex.

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    Metal-Fab

    Dynamic Changes

    The 2015 International Mechanical (IMC) and Building (IBC) Codes provided new and clear guidance for ceiling radiation dampers (CRDs) that affect architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors and building inspectors. If not recognized and addressed from the beginning of a project, these code revisions could result in confusion, design changes, delays and costly rework for project managers and other stakeholders.

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    JCI Ruskin

    Louver Considerations for Combating Infectious Aerosol Transmission in Buildings

    With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, building managers and HVAC designers have been challenged with providing a comfortable indoor environment that is as safe as possible for its occupants. In this paper, we discuss louver selection for HVAC systems designed and/or operated with the prevention of airborne disease transmission in mind.

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

  • Supplier White Papers by Topics

    Codes | Dampers | HVAC | Louvers | NZE


    Codes

    Armacell

    Code Adoption

    Understanding ever-changing building codes as they are adopted at the state and local level is paramount to building safety. Safety standards and their related testing procedures are developed for buildings and their associated systems and components to ensure adherence to minimum requirements to reduce risk and injury

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper
    [Content provided by Armacell]

    Dampers

    Metal-Fab

    Dynamic Changes

    The 2015 International Mechanical (IMC) and Building (IBC) Codes provided new and clear guidance for ceiling radiation dampers (CRDs) that affect architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors and building inspectors. If not recognized and addressed from the beginning of a project, these code revisions could result in confusion, design changes, delays and costly rework for project managers and other stakeholders.

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    [Content provided by Metal-Fab]

    HVAC

    AAON

    Rooftop Unit Compressor Technologies

    The need to have more energy efficient buildings and the knowledge of the potential energy savings with a building's mechanical equipment has inspired new higher efficiency compressor technologies for commercial building HVAC systems. The HVAC industry has come a long way from open-type reciprocating compressors to the hermetic scroll compressors available today. Systems with scroll compressors have also evolved to provide more efficient system operation.

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    [Content provided by AAON]

    LG

    The Ebell of Los Angeles (Revised)

    Opened more than a century ago, The Ebell of Los Angeles and the accompanying Wilshire Ebell Theatre participates in and encourages the educational, cultural, and social growth of the Los Angeles community. With the need to replace an old, inefficient cooling tower and chiller system that only conditioned the theater space, The Ebell of Los Angeles’ management team sought a new innovative HVAC solution to address the full needs of the theater and occupants throughout the larger complex.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper
    [Content provided by LG]

    Louvers

    Greenheck

    Louver Fundamentals and Selection Considerations

    Louvers have been used in building openings since the Middle Ages to allow airflow into a building, while keeping out the unwanted elements of water, birds, and debris. Today, architects not only use louvers to create exciting and distinct exteriors, but also as the
    first line of defense to protect HVAC systems and ductwork from water damage. Having a fundamental understanding of performance characteristics early in the selection process will help maximize the benefits of louver form and function.

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    Download Whitepaper
    [Content provided by Greenheck]


    Ruskin

    Louver Considerations for Combating Infectious Aerosol Transmission in Buildings

    With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, building managers and HVAC designers have been challenged with providing a comfortable indoor environment that is as safe as possible for its occupants. In this paper, we discuss louver selection for HVAC systems designed and/or operated with the prevention of airborne disease transmission in mind.

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    Download Whitepaper
    [Content provided by JCI Ruskin]


    NZE

    LG

    Efficiency Analysis for Net Zero Energy Residential Homes Using LG Multi V™

    Net Zero Energy (NZE) homes are efficient residential buildings that produce renewable energy as consumed throughout the year. DOE defines a NZE home as "a high-performance home so energy efficient all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy."

    NZE homes not only minimize energy consumption, but also include the latest materials, technologies, and controls to produce more energy than the building consumes. As NZE home building design needs increase, HVAC engineers must strive to develop highly efficient products and systems to achieve performance goals. This report defines NZE HVAC applications for residential homes that can maximize HVAC and DHW energy savings.

    pdf_icon.png Download Whitepaper
    [Content provided by LG]

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

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