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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

HVAC Solutions for Reducing Airborne Pathogens

Posted by Price Industries on August 25, 2020 at 1:22 PM
 

Reduce the airborne concentration of pathogens with ventilation and filtration

From improved filtration to alternative supply air methodologies, changes to your HVAC system can reduce the probability of exposure to airborne pathogens within workplaces, schools, and other high occupancy areas.

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Topics: GRD, Diffusers, Grilles, Terminals, Displacement, Underfloor, HVAC Fundamentals, hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, Tech Tip, Filtration, Airborne pathogens

Operating Room Ceiling Design

Posted by Price Industries on July 28, 2020 at 1:15 PM

Considerations for Modern Operating Room Air Distribution

Due to the ever-increasing demand for valuable ceiling space, modern operating room (OR) ceiling and air distribution systems must continuously improve and adapt to meet the demands presented by ceiling mounted medical equipment.

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Topics: Diffusers, hvac, engineering, Design Engineering, Tech Tip, Engineering Update, Critical Environments, Lighting, ASHRAE 170

Improve Air Quality in Schools with Displacement Ventilation

Posted by Price Industries on June 2, 2020 at 3:22 PM

Leveraging Displacement Ventilation & Displacement Chilled Beams

There is a growing demand within North American school districts for their schools’ buildings to perform more efficiently within shrinking budgets, while simultaneously accommodating the introduction of new technologies into the classroom and operating for 50-70 years in an ever-changing environment.

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Topics: LEED for Schools, Beams, Displacement, HVAC Fundamentals, hvac, engineering, Tech Tip, Engineering Update

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

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