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Difference Between Variable And Multi-Speed BlowersPosted: May 31, 2022
A modular blower is a great investment for facilities to keep the indoor environment comfortable and ensure maintained airflow throughout. Normally, there are three types of modular blowers; Traditional, Multi-Speed, and Variable Speed. If you are not familiar with these, don't worry. In this article, we will talk about what these different types of modular blowers are and which one you should pick between them.
What are the different types of blowers?
1 - Fixed-Speed Blowers
These traditional blowers have been around for years now. They operate at only one speed, meaning that they move the air with the same force.
The reason why they have been around for many years is because they are simple to manufacture and require minimal maintenance. However, this basic design also has some disadvantages. Firstly, they are very inefficient. Regardless of how much air is required, these blowers only work at full speed, taking a huge toll on fuel and power. Secondly,
Benefits of Furnace Maintenance & Tune-UpPosted: May 31, 2022
Not doing regular, timely Furnace maintenance can cause the system to critically fail or require significant costly and time-consuming repairs. However, scheduling routine Furnace maintenance can ensure not only a warm and pleasant place but also a safe facility.
Here are some of the benefits of Furnace maintenance and why you should seriously consider scheduling this service:
1 - You can save up to 30% on your energy bill
For most businesses, more than 50% of their energy bill is because of the Furnace. This can go even higher if your facility is in a place that has long, chilly winters. However, if regular Furnace maintenance is carried out and your unit is well-tuned, it will be more efficient and will use less energy.
Studies suggest that regular maintenance of your Furnace can save you as much as 30% on your energy bill. Furthermore, if you also invest in a programmable thermostat,
Air Handlers Vs. Furnaces: Everything You Need To KnowPosted: May 17, 2022
In all the jargon surrounding installing HVAC systems in your facility, it’s easy to get mixed up on which devices do what. This is true, particularly when differentiating between furnaces and air handlers, as they both are used to heat and cool a facility. Both are used in HVAC systems, and they even look similar while delivering certain similar functions. However, each has its own very particular mechanics and purposes, which can easily cause confusion between the two. This article will explain the functions, similarities, and differences between these two crucial HVAC components. We hope this will help you understand what device you need for your facility.
What A Furnace Does
Furnace is a vital piece of HVAC equipment that produces heat to keep a facility warm and toasty during the cold months. I
Wall Mounted Vs. Ceiling Mounted Air HandlersPosted: May 17, 2022
An air handler is a great investment for commercial facilities to keep the indoor environment comfortable and ensure uniform temperature throughout. Normally, two types of Air Handlers are used; Wall-Mounted and Ceiling-Mounted. In this article, we will talk about what an Air Handler is, its components, and which one you should pick between Wall and Ceiling Mounted Air Handler units.
What Is An Air Handler?
An air handler unit, often abbreviated to AHU, is one of the main components of your HVAC system. To put it simply, it is more like the "lungs" of any HVAC system, used to regulate and circulate air, usually through the ductwork ventilation system. It ensures that your system is energy efficient and creates higher-quality air. The air handler itself is an indoor component that works as a partner with the outdoor component. This large metal box is usually installed on the roof of buildings and contains heating or cooling elements, a blower, filter racks, dampers, and
Refrigerator Features to Look Out For in 2022Posted: May 12, 2022
Are you looking for a new refrigerator for your rental space or office but not sure what factors to consider when making this purchase? It can be daunting to parse through a sea of impressive-sounding fridge features to narrow down your selection. To help you with your selection process, we have highlighted a few features in this article you should be looking for in your new refrigerator:
1 - Door Configurations
Unlike old times, there are several door configurations for fridges available in the market today, such as;
a) French Door
French door refrigerators have one continuous refrigerator space on top accessed by two doors, with a freezer drawer below. This newer configuration offers a pantry-style layout with unpartitioned space. They are more energy-efficient than other configurations with just one Door since less cold air escapes the appliance when opened.
Best Mini Split AC Unit For 500 Square FeetPosted: May 12, 2022
As we enter the month of June, the scorching heat is beginning to take a toll on our bodies. In a country like the US, where we have our daily median temperatures on a steady rise, investing in a quality air conditioner is a necessity! However, like any other appliance, the market is flooded with several options to choose from. If you are a facility owner looking for the best Mini Split AC Unit For 500 Square Feet of space and have no prior experience, selecting the right air conditioner can prove to be a tedious task. In this blog, we have covered everything you need to know to select the best mini-split unit for your facility to enjoy the best cooling while keeping the energy bills low.
Why choosing the right size is important
Mini-split air conditioners are efficient and scalable solutions to cool and/or heat specific rooms. In fact, as compared to full ducted systems, they’re easier to install and more efficient. However, choosing the right size of the unit plays a