enVerid Wins BUILDINGS Magazine Money-Saving Product Award

 

enVerid Wins BUILDINGS Magazine Money-Saving Product Award

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.   

enVerid HLR Technology Ranked as Top Energy Saving Opportunity in Department of Energy Study

 


 

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'Smart scrubber' provides innovative way to clean air, boost IAQ

 

How to Earn an A for Your Building

 

Does your commercial building deserve an A, B or worse for energy efficiency? By 2020, you won’t have to guess. New York City buildings of at least 25,000 square feet will then be required to post their energy grades at public entrances. The requirement is a key part of the city’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80% by 2050.

enVerid Expands HLR Product Line with Rooftop Model

 

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HVACR 2018: What's New? What's Next?

 

As the new year dawns, we spoke with some leading industry voices to get a better sense of the promise and potential pitfalls they see ahead. 

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HVAC Load Reduction (HLR) Technology: Reducing the cost of HVAC equipment while boosting energy efficiency and indoor air quality.

 

6 Reasons Why Commercial Buildings Operate Without Adequate Ventilation

 

Outdoor air ventilation is required in building codes and standards to dilute indoor concentrations of indoor-generated pollutants. Lower outdoor air ventilation rates are associated with decreases in satisfaction with indoor air quality (IAQ) and increases in building-related health symptoms in office workers. Reductions in office and schoolwork performance and increased absence rates have also been demonstrated at lower ventilation rates. Despite the evidence of the importance of ventilation,

IAQ TECHNOLOGY SAVES ENERGY, BENEFITS STUDENTS

 

Poor IAQ has been linked to symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, tiredness, and difficulty concentrating. So how can schools and universities ensure a healthy learning and working environment for their students, faculty, and staff without accruing incremental costs to do so?