ASHRAE Standard 62.1: Moving From Prescriptive To Performance


Corey Duggin, a principal at TLC Engineering for Architecture, wrote this article in Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine about how he applied enVerid HLR modules using the Indoor Air Quality Procedure (IAQP) prescribed in ASHRAE Standard 62.1, resulting in much higher energy efficiency.  Click here to see the article or download it using the Read More link:  

Welcome to the World of Tomorrow


2018 AHR Expo has fully embraced cutting edge technology in its search for the best HVACR products in the industry.  HVAC Load Reduction (HLR) technology is one of them.  See p14.   

Stale Air: CO2, VOC, Formaldehyde and the Office Worker


People spend their days in office buildings, and you spend your days making sure those buildings are healthy and safe for them to work in. One big component of healthy buildings is the quality of the air, which can negatively impact how a person functions in an office setting. The term "Stale Air" has become a catch-all phrase for poor air quality, but it has no accurate definition- it's a casual reference to a set of air quality measures, including things like CO2, VOCs and Formaldehyde. In this article, we give a brief introduction to these 3 elements.