High Plume Dilution Fan Online Selection | Choose Tri-Stack.com This is a quick overview of how to use the online choosetristack.com site from Strobic Air. It takes minutes to get a login name and password. It takes minutes to figure out the software. Try it out at choosetristack.com Feel free to follow up with questions… Read more »
Posts Categorized: High Plume Dilution Fans
Q. On the Strobic Air Tri-Stack Fan is the motor out of the exhaust airstream? A. Yes, the fan motor is outside of the exhaust airstream. This is true for Strobic Air and for all High Plume Dilution Fans (Laboratory Fume Hood Exhaust Fans).
Project Name: Mass General Hospital CNY149 Architects: Chan Krieger NBBJ Engineer: Thompson Consultants Inc. Contractor: JC Cannistraro Inc. Manufacturer: Air Enterprises, Thermotech, Strobic Air Size: 320,000 CFM Lab Energy Recovery Unit DAC Contact: Rick McGinley Project Overview: Mass General Hospital CNY149 is an extremely large energy recovery system. The system includes Air Enterprises Custom… Read more »
Strobic Air introduces Smart Fan controls for their Tri-Stack Fan Systems Strobic Air now provides a controller, called Smart Fan, for their systems to manage all variable flows. It will send signals to VFDs, Bypass dampers and Isolation Dampers to manage for optimum system flow and energy use. We have been including… Read more »
High Plume Dilution Fans have been around since 1986. They were developed by Strobic Air for an application at the IBM plant in Fishkill, NY. The facilities engineers at IBM wanted a fan that would get process exhaust fumes up and away from the roof. They wanted to make the roof a safe environment to… Read more »
Project Name: Pfizer, Inc., Center for Therapeutic Innovation, 18th Floor Architect: Tsoi / Kobus & Associates Mechanical Engineer: AHA Consulting Engineers Mechanical Contractor: J.C. Higgins Manufacturer: Strobic Air Equipment: High Plume Dilution Fans Size: Dual Plenum – 2 Fans at 12,000 CFM Each DAC Sales Engineer: Jim Shiminski Project Highlights: Overcoming Space Constraints: This was… Read more »
Q. The Smart Fan brochure says ”Communicates with most building systems” (p. 1) – please elaborate. We have an existing Johnson DDC system here. A. The major protocols the Smart Fan system can handle without extra modules are Modbus, BACnet (IP or MS/TP) & Metasys N2. Lon is possible with a separate module. Smart Fan… Read more »