Project Snapshot: John Hannigan Elementary School | Thermo-Composite DX Units

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Project Name: John Hannigan Elementary School
 Architect: Turowski2 Architecture, Inc.
Mechanical Engineer: Griffith and Vary
Mechanical Contractor: KMD Mechanical
Equipment: 5 Rooftop Units with DX
Manufacturer: Annexair
Size: 6,050, 7,285, 10,200, 4,000, and 6,100 CFM
DAC Sales Engineer: Pat Will

Project Overview:

The students in the northern part of the South End peninsula are now walking through the doors of the brand new 74,000 square foot John Hannigan Elementary School which, unlike the one built in 1919, has a state-of-the-art cafeteria, gymnasium, and an art and music classroom.  Children at Hannigan had been attending the Sea Lab on Portland Street since 2006 when the roof collapsed at the old Hannigan.  The original Hannigan school was demolished and rebuilt with modern features that now serves 400 elementary students and houses the Family Learning Center, classroom sizes of 20 students for lower grades and 26 per class for higher grades and two pre-K classes.

HVAC Highlights:

  • Hot Water Coils
  • DX Coils
  • Enthalpy Wheels
  • Thermo-composite panel system

The units at the John Hannigan Elementary School were supplied by Annexair and incorporated their Thermo-composite panel system.  The design looked for replacement units that would weigh the same as original and provide 30% more capacity.  Weight was a key design factor.  The Annexair units are 30% lighter than traditional steel units.  So we were able to satisfy the design criteria with a lighter unit.  Additionally the units come with a lifetime warranty against corrosion.  Best of all they are the same cost as traditional steel units.

Take a look at the specification for key features:
UNIT HOUSING SPECIFICATION (Thermo-composite) The unit housing shall be no-through metal with 2’’  Thermo-Composite and foam panel construction – interior and exterior. No-through metal construction will be inherent to all the component construction in the assembly. All panels and access doors shall be double wall construction with R14 foam insulation for every 2” of construction. All foam insulation must be Greenguard certified®. Unit casing will have no exterior condensation at interior AHU temperatures down to 43F while unit exterior conditions are maintained at 95 F dry bulb / 85 F wet bulb. The panels shall be tested in accordance with SMACNA and ASHRAE 111 to have a deflection of no more than L/1150 at 10’’ and withstand air pressures up to 8” w.c with less than 1% leakage. Fire resistance of the panel will be in compliance with UL 94.

Thermo-Composite panels with aluminum interior and exterior liners shall be provided for the entire unit construction, including but not limited to, walls, doors, floors, roof, interior partitions, and electrical compartment. The frame shall consist of anodized extruded aluminum profiles which incorporates a thermally broken construction; welded together for reinforcement and insulated for superior thermal performance. Base structure shall be fully welded and have integral lifting lugs which can be removed once the unit is installed. All roof and side wall seams shall be positively sealed to prevent water and air leakage. Panels will be non-load bearing type. Access doors shall be provided to all major components to facilitate quick and easy access. They shall be made from the same material as the unit casing and incorporate thermal break construction. Access doors shall be provided with open door guard locks shall have Allegis type latches. If access doors do not open against unit operating pressure, provide safety latches that allow access doors to partially open after first handle movement and fully open after second handle movement. Removable panels provided for equipment pull out for coil(s) sections shall have key tooled threaded insert fasteners and a minimum of one handle. Hinges shall be Nylon hinge type designed to open 180 degrees.

Outdoor units shall have a rain gutter above each access door and a watertight roof shall be provided with a white TPO UV-reflective membrane. Unit shall have the entire exterior finished with a PVDF coating designed for UV resistance. Panels shall be painted Annexair standard color. Panels shall pass ASTM B117 3000-hour salt fog resistance test and ASTM D4585 3000-hour moisture condensation resistance test. In addition, paint must meet AAMA 620-02 standard for color, chalking, gloss retention, and abrasion resistance. The air handler unit casing shall be provided with a lifetime warranty against corrosion resistance under normal use.

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Selecting High Plume Dilution Fans

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What to Consider When Selecting Fans For Your Application

When selecting a fan, I prefer to do so in a deductive fashion. In other words, try to understand everything you possibly can about the nature of the application and the details about what the fan is going to be doing. From there, you can actually use a process of elimination to back right into the appropriate types of fans.

1. Ventilation vs. Process or Ducted

You have several types of fans to choose from—such as axial, centrifugal, or mixed flow—but I think the first and best way to approach the task is to pay attention to the two general types of applications for industrial/commercial applications: ventilation or process/ducted. With general ventilation, the fan accelerates air and moves it from one side of an enclosure to another (like through a wall or roof).

With process or ducted applications, the fans are typically mounted in ducts or have other pertinences in the system that provide back pressure against the fan. These pertinences could be fume scrubbers, mist eliminators, sound attenuators, energy transfer devices, etc. As the air is accelerated through those systems, there is a wide range of pressure that the fan has to overcome. These fans work in contained environments and develop higher pressures than general ventilation fans.

2. Mounting

Once you determine the nature of the application (general vs. process or ducted), you need to consider how the fan will be mounted. In a general ventilation application, it is usually mounted to the roof or the wall. In a process or ducted application, it is typically mounted on a roof or pad with the duct coming into or discharging from the fan (or ducted both inlet and outlet).

Both ventilation fans and process/ducted fans can be mounted in either horizontal airflow or vertical airflow orientations.

3. Performance & Accessibility Requirements

The initial trait to determine in terms of fan performance is how much flow and pressure development the fan must be capable of generating. On the process or ducted type, there will typically be a broader range of pressure development requirements, depending on the nature of the system.

In terms of accessibility, where are you going to mount the fan, and how are you going to be able to access it for inspection, periodic maintenance, or replacement (if that ever becomes required)? What is the temperature and density of the air? These factors, along with the performance requirements, will affect the fan construction and fan material, as well as help you to determine whether it is best to have a direct or belt drive fan.

4. Noise Level, Efficiency, & Redundancy Requirements

Noise levels generated by the fan and efficiency are often considerations for selecting an appropriate fan. If low noise and high efficiency are required, it will have a significant impact on the size and type of fan that you will select.

You also need to think about whether the system is constant flow constant volume or variable volume and if you have a critical service system where redundancy is required in the fan equipment.

These traits need to be known in order to help optimize fan selection to satisfy your requirements. If you would like assistance with the selection process, contact us today.

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Featured Manufacturer:
MK Plastics is the leading manufacturer of corrosion resistant industrial and commercial blowers, fans, and  ventilation systems. Patented in several countries, products are AMCA Certified for Air and Sound Performance

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ASHRAE’s Building Energy Quotient in Operation

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Announcing New Building EQ Portal
ASHRAE In Operation Rating

ASHRAE’s Building Energy Quotient (Building EQ) In Operation rating program provides a quick energy analysis that compares your building to similar buildings within the same climate, helps to identify means to improve your building’s energy performance, and provides data on Indoor Environmental Quality.

Two different evaluations can be used independently to compare a candidate building to other similar buildings in the same climate zone or together for an assessment of a building’s design potential compared to actual operation:

Now Available
In Operation compares actual building energy use based on metered energy information.

Coming Soon
As Designed compares potential energy use based on the building’s physical characteristics
and systems with standardized energy use simulation.

Building EQ Portal is the most comprehensive assessment platform providing actionable recommendations for today’s commercial and institutional buildings.

Features include:

• Online data entry and submission process
• Metered energy data exchange from ENERGY STAR™ Portfolio Manager
• Median EUI calculation aligned with ENERGY STAR™
• Building EQ Performance Score visible to all users on the main input screen at all times
• Redesigned label shows Building EQ Performance Score on a barometer/scale.
No more letter grades!
• Standard reports can be automatically generated by credentialed users
• Improved submission approval process
• Help and validation information is built into the system

Visit for more information.

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High Plume Dilution Fans | Now with Composite Plenums

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K-Kore™ Composite Air Plenums and Energy Recovery Plenums

The perfect product to provide years of trouble-free operation, K-Kore Composite Air Plenums and Energy Recovery Plenums use the latest technology in composite construction materials that renders steel construction obsolete. Our patent-pending Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP) assembly will provide the ultimate in durability and equipment life.

K-Kore plenums are high quality custom designed exhaust systems for commercial, industrial and institutional applications where corrosive environments can rapidly destroy steel equipment. The product is manufactured from high quality reinforced composites that can be engineered to withstand any corrosive environment, from the acidic rain or wastewater treatment plants of industrialized cities to the chemical exhausts of university or hospital laboratories.

Why Composites?

Composite materials, once considered futuristic and expensive, are now commonly used for all high-tech manufacturing sectors, from aerospace manufacturing to the automotive industry. Metal construction is considered obsolete in most high-tech industries where any degree of corrosion resistance or longevity is required, and so the engineers at MK Plastics came together with a common purpose of keeping the HVAC industry up to speed with the pace of technological advancements in material design.

Pound per pound, composite construction is stronger, more durable, and significantly more corrosion resistant than coated metal construction. The thermal conductivity is extremely low, allowing a true no-through metal design over the entire depth of the panel, something unachievable with current metal design.

Composite History

The use of resin-infused fiberglass for marine construction began over 50 years ago in the 1960’s. The actual service life of this material is unknown since there has never been a failure in the industry due to corrosion through exposure to saltwater environments. K-Kore plenum construction uses the same resin-infused fiberglass design that will almost certainly shown no signs of corrosion after 50+ years in the harshest environmental conditions. In the conceivable event that the K-Kore unit outlasts the building in which it is installed, the material can be recycled in an environmentally friendly manner.

Composite Usage

Composites are everywhere in the world today. Look up and you might see an airliner from Boeing, Airbus or Bombardier pass overhead, with their high-tech composite bodies allowing greater range, fuel economy and longevity compared to their metal rivals. Sports cars, military vehicles, spacecraft and almost all other high tech construction industries make extensive use of composite construction. The HVAC industry, until now, has been lagging far behind the state of the art. MK Plastics is bringing the construction industry into the 21st century.


  • Lightweight construction. Up to 40% weight savings vs. steel construction.
  • True no-thru-metal construction throughout the entire cabinet depth.
  • Unlimited salt-spray resistance: FRP has over 40 years (and counting) of salt spray exposure with no detrimental effects.
  • Corrosion resistance: K-Kore™ Air Plenums are the only products that carry a 50 year expected service life without corrosion in most environments.
  • Flame Spread index of less than 25 when tested according to UL 723.
  • Acoustic Performance: Tested and certified acoustic performance of the composite skins and cores allows the highest level of acoustic performance. Acoustic software accurately predicts the unit performance based on independently certified results from ASTM E 90 and ASTM C 423.


Contact us to learn more or visit the MK Plastics site to learn more.

Featured Manufacturer:
MK Plastics is the leading manufacturer of corrosion resistant industrial and commercial blowers, fans, and  ventilation systems. Patented in several countries, our products are AMCA Certified for Air and Sound Performance.

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Project Snapshot: Boston University – Theater Center

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Project Name: Boston University – Theater Center
 Architect: Elkus Manfredi Architects
Mechanical Engineer: Vanderweil
Mechanical Contractor: TG Gallagher
Equipment: Modular Chiller and Boiler Plant – Mechanical Enclosure
Manufacturer: Cambridgeport 
Size: Two 125 ton chillers, three CW pumps, three CHW pumps,
two HW pumps, one FC pump, two boilers, all piping and accessories and a fully packaged control system with a refrigeration monitoring system.
DAC Sales Engineer: Matt Tefft

Project Overview

Boston University now boasts a state-of-the-art multi-functional 250-seat studio theater complex and production facility housing space for scenery, prop, and costume shops, as well as faculty offices, design labs and teaching spaces, therefore uniting the theater community by combining the previously separated design and production spaces with the theater and opera performance programs.

Continuing their established relationship with BOND, TG Gallagher was brought on the team to install the HVAC system in the new theater. At the heart of the theater is a modular chiller and boiler plant that houses two 125 ton chillers, three CW pumps, three CHW pumps, two HW pumps, one FC pump, two boilers, all piping and accessories and a fully packaged control system with a refrigeration monitoring system.  The entire chiller plant was prefabricated at TG Gallagher’s prefab facility and was rigged on site in four packaged sections.  Taking the initiative to prefabricate to such an extent allowed TG Gallagher to complete the entire mechanical room offsite in a controlled environment.  This approach improves safety and quality control, decreases waste and simplifies the project logistics.

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Coils — Construction vs. Performance

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Coils – Construction vs. Performance
(Credit to Guest Blogger: Matt Jacobs, Capital Coil & Air)

If you have ever dealt with commercial HVAC coils, you have probably come across numerous “industry terms” with little to no explanation as to what these terms actually mean. To further confuse you, some verbiage is specific to the actual construction of the coil, while others are only important when determining a coil’s performance. If you do not work with coils on a frequent basis, it is hard to decipher exactly what these terms are referring to. To help translate this industry verbiage, Capital Coil & Air has come up with a list/glossary of the most common and relevant terms that you are likely to come across on most coil jobs.


  • AHRI (Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute): Developed industry standards for air conditioning, heating, and commercial refrigeration equipment. All of CCA’s coils are AHRI-certified, so you know you’re getting dependable quality and performance in every product.
  • Air Pressure Drop: Air Pressure Drop is a result of Flow Rate, Fin Type, Rows and Fins per Inch. In addition, on either Chilled Water or  DX (Evaporator) Coils, the air pressure drop is affected by the condensate on the fin surface.
  • Airflow (CFM): Cubic Feet per Minute, which refers to the amount of air flowing across the coil. A typical cooling coil should produce between 400-500 FPM. You want to avoid exceeding 550 FPM on all Chilled Water & DX Coils. Too little airflow means your coil is not running at peak capacity, while too much airflow can result in excess water carryover.


  • Casing Type: The supporting metal structure for tubes and the header. Different casing options include Flanged (standard), Slip & Drive, Inverted, Stackable, and Collared End Plates & End Plates only. Steam Coils require Pitched Casing to allow for adequate condensation drainage.
  • Casing Material: The coil’s casing can be made from a variety of different materials. Options include: 14 or 16 Gauge, Galvanized Steel; 304 or 316 Stainless Steel; Copper & Aluminum. Please contact us directly to see about options other than those listed.
  • Connection Material/Type: Standard connection types are MPT (Male Pipe Thread, threaded on the outside), FPT (Female Pipe Thread, threaded on the inside), ODS (Sweat Connections, no threads)


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Cooling Coils and Moisture Carryover

Featured Manufacturer:
Capital Coil and Air is the leading manufacturer of commercial OEM HVAC replacement and custom design/build booster coils, fan coils, condenser coils, and DX Coils.
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SMARDT Chillers win Energy Award at Citizens Bank Data Center, Medford MA

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Citizen Bank Data Center, Medford, Massachusetts

SMARDT, Danfoss Turbocor & Southern Air Win Association of Energy Engineers Award for Citizens Bank Installation

The New England Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) recently announced its 2007 Energy Awards Projects. Among the award winners were Southern Air and Citizens Bank for the Citizens Bank data center project in Medford, Massachusetts.

The project achieved multiple goals including:

1) An enticing electric utility rate being available if the data center could be switched over to in-house emergency generator power controlled by the utility company during peak demand periods.
2) The customer wanted to be able to lower condenser water temperatures under light load conditions, to significantly reduce energy consumption.
3) By reducing overall energy consumption, the owner would realize financial benefits of utility rebates and reduced electric power costs, and thereby offset the project cost.

  • Benefits:
  • Improved Energy
  • Efficiency
  • Superior Energy Savings
  • Reduced Operating Costs
  • Reduced Environmental Impact
  • Built In Redundancy
  • Total Cost of Ownership

The facility’s existing chillers were replaced with two 90 ton SMARDT brand chillers that utilize Turbocor oil-free, variable speed, centrifugal compressors. Because Turbocor compressors draw less than 2 amps at startup (rather than a typical in-rush current of 300-400 amps), they are very compatible with the emergency generator application. No in-rush current greatly reduced the generator capacity that would otherwise be needed. Furthermore, the oil-free compressor design enhances operation at the lower condensing pressures that can be achieved as oil return is no longer an issue. This provides extremely efficient operation at low load conditions, where the chillers will operate most of the time.

Featured Manufacturers:
SMARDT specializing in using Turbocor compressors in its full line of water and air cooled chillers for commercial and industrial applications.

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Our Process: HVAC Solutions Designed Around You

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David & Harry – Site Supervision

We’re Different:  Your DAC Sales Engineer designs your system, executes the CAD work, coordinates the bidding process, and takes personal responsibility for your job from start to finish. No other firm offers this level of continuity, and it gives our customers a lot more confidence. No matter where you are in the process, we don’t shuttle you between departments. We don’t miss calls or information or opportunities.  Our whole team is behind you, but your DAC Sales Engineer is always right beside you.

We believe in a better process:  At DAC Sales, the process is as important as the finished product. Our nationally recognized design team believes every HVAC system design should be a custom HVAC system design. We make your system a perfect fit for your building, your budget and your priorities. When you work with DAC Sales, you do a lot of talking and we do a lot of listening. Our engineers bring an average of 16 years of experience, creativity, and hands-on expertise to every project. We never forget that the most important person at the drafting table or on the job is you. DAC Sales led the way on sustainability and energy efficiency, and our design process makes environmental impact and energy savings a top priority. Any HVAC system designed by DAC Sales has sustainability and energy efficiency in its DNA. As we design your sustainable, energy efficient HVAC application, we provide you with detailed drawings, personalized equipment selections, energy payback analyses and timely cost projections. Have questions or concerns? You will always know just who to call – your personal DAC Sales Engineer.
We’re here for you. Give us a call:

DAC Sales Engineer Email Address Cell Phone
Craig Ashman 207-604-0894
Brad Carpenter 508-713-7042
Rich Clarke 401-528-7992
David Goodman 508-423-0088
Rck McGinley 207-232-4675
Matt Tefft 617-913-3874
Pat Will 207-415-6861
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Project Snapshot: Freetown Lakeville Intermediate School | Pool Unit

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Project Name: Freetown-Lakeville Intermediate School
 Architect: Architectural Resources Cambridge, Inc.
Mechanical Engineer: SED Associates
Mechanical Contractor: Ambient Temperature, Inc..
Equipment: Pool Dehumidifier
Manufacturer: Seresco
Size: Seresco NP-18 Pool Dehumidification Unit.
DAC Sales Engineer: Craig Ashman

Project Overview:

In 1994, Rick McGinley from DAC Sales designed an air-to-air dehumidification unit for the George R. Austin Intermediate School (Freetown-Lakeville Intermediate School).  The unit was supplied by Des Champs and was state of the art, for the time.  It utilized two air-to-air plate exchangers, a modulating re-circulation, and outside air dampers to regulate the outside air volume to the precise amount required for humidity control. This unit conveniently provided minimum outside air flow at the time when heating costs would be highest. Code ventilation rates were still maintained with a minimum set point on the dampers.


In 2016 Craig Ashman, DAC Sales Engineer, was contacted by SED Associates of Boston to discuss the replacement of this original unit.  The replacement would have to be accomplished with minimal disruption to existing structure and operations.  If possible, existing duct work and roof curbs were considered to make the transition smoother.


It was determined that the most cost effective piece of equipment, both first cost and operating cost, was the Seresco 18 ton Protocol Series unit.  A custom roof curb adapter was also designed and furnished to accommodate unit mounting.

Roof Curb Adapter

Glycol Cooled A/C by a Fluid Cooler–  About 40% of the units Seresco provides use fluid coolers in lieu of Refrigerant Based ACCU’s.  This is a standard product offering in their Protocol Line of Pool Dehumidification Units.  In the Pool Dehumidification Unit, Seresco provides a heat exchanger and a pumping package. In the heat exchanger, the refrigerant loop dumps the rejected heat to a glycol loop. It is then pumped to the Fluid Cooler on the roof. Piping is PVC from the Pool Dehumidification Unit to the Fluid Cooler. The Fluid Cooler distance can be nearly anything (600 feet is not a problem).

WebSentry –  This application was also equipped with WebSentry, Seresco’s online monitoring, reporting and service optimization tool.  The 24-7 WebSentry monitoring then allows Seresco to remotely monitor over 100 performance parameters of the dehumidifier using sophisticated algorithms to analyze and identify potential issues and maintenance requirements long before they become potential problems.

Design Advantages: There are many reasons why this type of application makes a lot of sense.  The ultimate is stable indoor air conditions through fully modulating reheat.

    • Up to 85% less refrigerant charge – completely factory sealed
      – Compliant with ASHRAE Standards 15 and 34
      – Less refrigerant means LEEDS points
      – Less cost to install and maintain
    • Eliminates all seasonal refrigeration and oil migration issues to outdoor condenser
      – Decreased risk of compressor issues
      – Increased performance
      – Lower maintenance costs
    • Air cooled AC heat exchanger can be located far from unit
      – Heat exchanger uses PVC instead of copper
      – Simple installation with lower cost of materials and labour
    • 5% to 7% more energy efficient than DX systems
    • WebSentry® Internet monitoring and control
    • Touch screen CommandCenter® control systems
    • Premium corrosion resistance
    • Mechanical vestibule outside the air stream on all units
      – more efficient operation
      – easy to service
      – protects key components from moisture and chemicals in the air stream

    To check for updates on the GRAIS pool, visit the district website at

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ECM Fan Array – vs. 3 Phase Motor & VFD

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We are using more and more ECM Motors and Fans in our applications (both new equipment and retrofit).  There are a lot of good reasons to consider them in your HVAC designs.  Below is a side by side comparison and seven good reasons to use ECM Motors and Fans.

ECM Fan Array

ECM Fan Array

Fan with VFD array

Fan with VFD Array






  • Permanent Magnets in Rotor
  • Squirrel Cage Rotor
  •  No Slip Losses
  •  Slip Losses in Rotor
  •  Higher Efficiency and Performance
  •  Motor Temperature Rise
  • Precise Motor Speed Control/
    Exact Feedback from the Motor
  •  Motor speed not well defined
  • Matched System of Drive & Motor
    /Easy to Install
  •  Parameter Setting of VFD/
  • Complicated Installation

High Efficiency:  A big advantage of ECM motors is that they are significantly more efficient when compared to AC motors.  ECM motors maintain a high level (65 to 75 percent) of efficiency at a variety of speeds.   This is not true for AC motors operated on variable frequency drives. As a result, ECMs are cost and energy efficient and can reduce operating costs.  In most cases, they use from less than one third to one half of the electricity used by traditional induction motors used in HVAC applications.

Ease of Control:  ECMs are DC motors that function using a built-in inverter and a magnet rotor (no external VFD).  The motor’s operation is simply controlled by software allowing customers to optimize and integrate the motor, fan and controller with the application.  Features like data communications, constant volume control and variable speed control are simple to integrate.

ECM Fan-2Low Operating Temperatures:  ECM motors’ high efficiency also means that the motors run “cool” and dramatically reduce the amount of waste heat produced.

Extended Life:  Motor life of the ECM is extended due to its low operating temperature operation.  ECMs are also relatively low-maintenance; the use of true ball bearings reduces the need for oiling, and varied start-up speeds reduce stress on mounting hardware.  Less components, less trouble.

Quiet Operation:  ECM motors are also quieter than traditional inefficient motors.

Wider Operating Range:  ECM motors also have a wider operating range than traditional induction motors which means that one ECM motor can replace a number of induction motor models. In this way, the number of models required by a typical customer is significantly decreased, which decreases and simplifies inventory.Standard vs. ECM Fans-1

Compact footprint:  ECM motors have a reduced footprint.  They provide a significant savings in design layout for units.

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Project Snapshot: WCCC UMass Data Center | Custom Air Handling Units

Featured Manufacturer:    Cambridgeport Custom Air Handling Units  using ECM motors and fans by EBM Pabst

Also see QPAC Fan Arrays for retrofit applications.

Call us for more information or a product demonstration on ECM Motors & Fans.