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Puraflo: Cleanroom Technologies for Commercial Applications

Posted by Jordan Enns on January 12, 2021 at 10:05 AM

Workplace Health and Safety Starts With the Air You Breathe

For decades, fan filter units with HEPA filtration have been used in cleanrooms and other ultra-clean spaces to eliminate particulate and harmful contaminants in the occupied zone. Now with the world focused on indoor air quality, this cleanroom technology is being used for commercial spaces.

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Topics: hvac, Design Engineering, Critical Environments, Filtration, Airborne pathogens

Radiant Heating, Displacement Ventilation Create Airport Comfort

Posted by Price Industries on December 15, 2020 at 2:10 PM

2020 ASHRAE Technology Award Case Studies

Published in August 2020 ASHRAE Journal, written by Ryan Idema and Jesse Hendershot

Price Industries is incredibly proud to have partnered with Michigan Air Products, one of the leading manufacturer’s representatives for commercial and industrial HVAC solutions, on this sizeable and impressive project.

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Topics: Displacement, Thermal Comfort, hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, ASHRAE 62, Engineering Update

People of Price: Brian Merner

Posted by Price Industries on December 1, 2020 at 1:15 PM

Serving Customers Around the World

Price’s ever-growing team is made up of extraordinarily talented individuals from different backgrounds. We've profiled a “person of Price” to give you a glimpse at the person behind all
those emails or the voice at the end of the phone! Today we introduce Brian Merner.

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Topics: employees, hvac, People of Price, Price International

Can You Simulate That?

Posted by Mike Koupriyanov on November 17, 2020 at 11:30 AM

Using Particle Tracking to Optimize Indoor Air Quality

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen an increased focus on indoor air quality – especially regarding the spread of infectious diseases in all types of indoor environments. Since one path of transmission is through exhaled droplets both large and small, the engineering community is particularly interested in how those particles move in indoor environments.

Figure 1: Welding line CFD model
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Topics: hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, Tech Tip, CFD, Filtration, Airborne pathogens

Chilled Beams in HVAC Design

Posted by Price Industries on October 20, 2020 at 1:50 PM

Taking Flexibility with Chilled Beams to the Next Level

In a building’s life cycle, the interior infrastructure may undergo multiple renovations or tenant improvements (TI). A TI project will typically involve adding, moving, or removing walls, furniture,
occupants, electrical wiring, and even the HVAC air distribution system in some instances. TI projects for the air distribution system can cost up to $30/ft2, which brings forth the challenge of ensuring flexibility in the HVAC design to minimize future TI or renovation costs.

Figure 1: Standard ACBL
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Topics: Beams, System Efficiency, Thermal Comfort, hvac, engineering, Design Engineering

At Price, when we say “the sky is the limit”, we actually mean it.

Our customers have come to count on a consistent and ever-increasing stream of new products and enhancements.  Price has a large team of experienced and talented engineers who are consistently working on breakthrough ideas.  We are not afraid to move into whole new product categories if we believe we have a contribution to make.

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