Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions, Commercial Market Research Manager
With a primary interest in connected buildings and HVAC systems, Bart discusses future technological trends with all professionals in the residential/commercial space. Bart also shows how emerging technologies can lead to new business models.
Fresh outdoor air is required to maintain indoor air quality and a healthy building environment. However, it usually takes much more energy to treat outdoor air than recirculated air, and a large portion of this energy is spent removing humidity. Dehumidifying the air has several beneficial effects on indoor spaces…
Over 500 contractors, OEMs, and facility managers registered to attend this one hour online presentation. Over 90% of attendees rated the webinar as good or excellent and said the content provided a great understanding of how different types of compressors work.
Temperature and humidity control are two main advantages of modulating HVAC systems, but these concepts are sometimes too abstract for homeowners during the HVAC system purchasing process. As integral aspects of in-home comfort, it is important to demonstrate how temperature and humidity control can affect daily life.
The most popular hydro-fluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants for new commercial air conditioning systems include R-410A, R-407C and R-134a. As a facility manager or owner, it’s important that you understand these different refrigerants so that you can make informed decisions for your facility’s air conditioning system. Outlined below are the main differences between HFC refrigerants and additional context on why having the right refrigerant matters.
Anyone who has ever addressed a crowded room would agree – comfort is critical to participation and creating an overall positive experience. Many studies have concluded that air conditioning is the most critical factor in providing a comfortable, climate controlled environment for learning.