AMCA inmotion

AMCA inmotion


AMCE June 2009 Cover
AMCA International Inc . is a not-for-profit association of the world's manufacturers of related air system equipment. For over 80 years, it has led the way in standards development and application research. AMCA inmotion is published biannualy by Consulting-Specifying Engineer to keep HVAC professionals abreast of rapidly changing codes, requirements, laws, advancementsm and best practices in the air movement and control industry.
Click the links below to read some of the content from the Fall 2009 AMCA inmotion.

3 Energy-saving strategies for laboratory exhaust systems
Three ways to reduce energy consumption of laboratory exhaust systems by at least 50%.

Life safety damper inspections
Regular inspections and testing are vital to protecting property and saving lives.

Louver design guidelines for non-traditional areas
Today's wind-driven rain, hurricane, and noise control louvers offer practical solutions for demanding building conditions.

Sunshade considerations
Passive sunshades help save energy and improve worker comfort. They also can reduce capital investments in electrical and air conditioning equipment and enhance a building's appearance.


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