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Basics of Air Filtration

Posted by Price Industries on April 7, 2020 at 3:26 PM

Removal of Particulate Contaminants in Supply Air

Air filters are an essential part of any HVAC system to remove particulate contaminants in the supply air that would otherwise be harmful to the building occupants, or build up in the ductwork or equipment. They are also an essential part of air moving devices such as terminal units, fan coils and air handlers as they remove dirt that would otherwise cause coil blockages and fan wheel imbalances.

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Topics: Terminals, System Efficiency, HVAC Fundamentals, hvac, Training, handbook, Engineering Update, Critical Environments

Fan Filter Units in Retrofit Isolation Rooms

Posted by Price Industries on March 26, 2020 at 9:16 AM

Application of Fan Filter Units in Airborne Infection Isolation Rooms 

Airborne infection isolation rooms (AIIR) are used for patients with easily communicable airborne disease. When there is a shortage of AIIR, existing patient rooms (or hotel rooms in temporary care facilities) can be converted to negative pressure isolation rooms. Price Fan Filter Units (FFU) can be used in three configurations to retrofit these existing spaces.

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Topics: hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, Training, Tech Tip, catalog, Engineering Update, Critical Environments

Swimming Pool Ventilation

Posted by Price Industries on March 24, 2020 at 12:03 PM

Design Considerations for Natatorium Ventilation

Designing a ventilation system for a swimming pool can be tricky. For occupant comfort, these facilities require 40 to 60% relative humidity to be maintained year round. For swimmers, a humidity range of 50 to 60% is most comfortable. However, humidity levels below 50% can significantly increase energy consumption, while humidity levels above 60% can cause damage due to mold, mildew and condensation.

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Topics: GRD, Grilles, Thermal Comfort, HVAC Fundamentals, hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, Training, Tech Tip, handbook, ASHRAE 62, Engineering Update

Price Product Catalog 8

Posted by Price Industries on March 10, 2020 at 12:19 PM

The Fully Redesigned Product Catalog

Price’s commitment to research, development, innovation, and precision engineering remains the cornerstone of the company. We invest relentlessly in product development, in both differentiated niche products and standard commodity products. Our Edition 8 Products Catalog is a 1,400-page collection of product descriptions, dimensions and performance data across 9 product categories.

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Topics: Noise Control, GRD, Diffusers, Grilles, Terminals, Fan Coils, Beams, Displacement, Underfloor, Controls, HVAC Fundamentals, hvac, engineering, Training, catalog, handbook

What is a Terminal Unit?

Posted by Price Industries on February 25, 2020 at 8:52 AM

A Simple & Cost-Effective Device for Zone Airflow Control

The control of air distribution in modern buildings is typically accomplished by the use of air terminal units. A terminal unit is a device that is used to regulate the volume of conditioned primary air from the central air handler to the occupied space. Watch this video to learn more!

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Topics: Terminals, System Efficiency, HVAC Fundamentals, Design Engineering, Training, Architecture

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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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