Blog

14Aug 2019
smoke control vents

Natural ventilators, such as jalousie windows, can provide functionality and seamless design in commercial and industrial buildings. With proper sealing natural ventilators can help with controlling humidity exposure and other weather conditions as part of a window glazing system. A top of the line jalousie window will not only satisfy design requirements but also eliminate

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30Jul 2019
CoolStream wide

People often see the Moffitt CoolStream air conditioning unit and think its just another swamp cooler. That couldn’t be further from the truth. With its state-of-the-art engineering and advanced hygiene features it is leaps and bounds beyond the traditional evaporative cooling unit. See our Q&A below to learn more about the Moffitt CoolStream.

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14Jun 2019
thermoflow

Natural ventilation is an incredible solution for buildings that require fresh air and moderate temperature adjustment. When the building is in a temperate climate though, controlling temperatures is the key. Letting hot air out during the summer is only half of the goal. Keeping it in during the winter, is the other half. When utilizing

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13May 2019

For over 55 years, Moffitt has provided Natural Ventilation Solutions for the heavy commercial and industrial markets. Now, in conjunction with Colt International, Moffitt is bringing a new portfolio of highly-engineered , state-of-the-art ventilation and Smoke Control products to the commercial market. Below is a Q&A to help new customers get acquainted with Moffitt, and

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09May 2019
manufacturing problem solving

At Moffitt, we don’t see our team members as assembly people, we see them as Process Engineers. We take this view because we challenge our crew members to look at manufacturing problem solving. We want them to always ask “how do I make this process faster?” Or “How do I make my jobs safer?” Or

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25Apr 2019
Coltlite

Natural ventilation is an essential consideration for all modern buildings. In fact, it is one of the most popular current trends in the construction industry today. The principles of natural ventilation are typically applied by simply opening the windows to let in the fresh air and cool breezes. This type of ventilation uses the natural

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