Codes & Standards: HVAC
University of Houston researchers have collaborated and designed a “catch and kill” air filter with nickel foam that can trap the virus responsible for COVID-19, killing it instantly.
HVAC and plumbing strategies can help reduce potential COVID-19 risks and enhance a mechanical system's operation.
Depending on the building and its geographic location, there are several techniques for specifying HVAC systems in nonresidential buildings.
Brian Sharkey with Airadigm Solutions offers test-and-balance professionals tips on air balancing and other HVAC issues in nonresidential buildings
Four Dewberry experts provide business and engineering trends for handling coronavirus requests and issues
Troy Byers from Commissioning Consultants provides input on how commissioning of HVAC systems is being handled during COVID-19
University of Michigan researchers has developed a solution that could provide more efficient and personalized comfort, completely doing away with the wall-mounted thermostats we’re accustomed to called Human Embodied Autonomous Thermostat (HEAT).
Engineers should understand NFPA 99 — along with other guidelines and codes — when designing health care facilities
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Examine three areas of NFPA 99 that are often discussed during the design and construction of a health care facility