Posts Categorized: High Plume Dilution Fans

University Biology Lab HVAC Upgrade | Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System

Project Name: University Biology Lab HVAC Upgrade Architect: Perkins & Will Mechanical Engineer: Rist-Frost Shumway Engineering Mechanical Contractor: J.C. Higgins Equipment: Pumped Glycol Energy Recovery System and High Plume Laboratory Dilution Fans Manufacturer: Konvekta, MK Plastics Size: 144,000 CFM DAC Sales Engineer: David Goodman Project Overview: This project replaces the Biolabs’ aged HVAC infrastructure with new… Read more »

High Plume Dilution Fans | Now with Composite Plenums

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… Read more »

Project Snapshot | Brick Hospital – Handling Diesel Generator Exhaust

Project Name: Brick Hospital, Brick, NJ Owner: Ocean Medical Center, Brick, NJ Project Application: Emergency Diesel Generator Re-entrainment Remediation Equipment: “Tri-Stack” High Plume Dilution Fan Manufacturer: Strobic Air   Background: Emergency diesel generators are necessary evils at all hospitals. No one likes to have them around, but they must be available to provide immediate backup electrical power in… Read more »

Project Snapshot | High Plume Dilution Fans for Diesel Generator Exhaust

Project Name: Mass State Police Academy Owner: State of Massachusetts Project Application: Emergency Diesel Generator Re-entrainment Remediation Mechanical Engineer: Shekar Associates, Inc. Mechanical Contractor: Kleeberg Sheet Metal, Inc. Equipment: “Tri-Stack” High Plume Dilution Fan Manufacturer: Strobic Air Size: TS3S150A12 – 14000cfm,  TS1S050A12 – 2100cfm DAC Sales Engineer: David Goodman   The Problem:  The new 911… Read more »

Diesel Generator Exhaust | Now Classified as a Carcinogenic to Humans

Diesel Generator Exhaust has always been a problem.  In the past the nuisance was mostly the smell.  When a hospital would fire up the emergency diesel for the monthly inspection people would complain as diesel exhaust was re-entrained through outside air intakes.   Now it’s more of an issue.  Diesel engine exhaust is now classified as… Read more »