Ventilation and Purification in the Age of the Corona Virus

Did you know that the average American spends ninety, yes, 9-0, percent of their time indoors? It’s true! You’re welcome to visit to my home and observe my two teenagers… This, however, means that our indoor environments are now cesspools of recirculated airborne...

Designing the Proper DOAS Schedule

Knowing what parameters to schedule is an essential part of specifying DOAS (Dedicated Outdoor Air System) equipment. When it comes to bid day, you want to make sure that the right DOAS unit is quoted (and ordered) to meet the performance and expectations of your...

The Perfect Pair: VRF Systems + DOAS

VRF (variable refrigerant flow) systems were first introduced in 1982 but have only been utilized in the United States since the early 2000’s. A VRF system varies and controls refrigerant flow through evaporator coils, providing temperature control to single or...