Energy Savings

16Aug 2018
Hybrid Ventilation

Natural Ventilation is the best way to lower temperatures 10°, 20°, or even 30°  below existing conditions. The downside is, it can only decrease temperatures to outdoor ambient conditions, not below. Powered ventilation, like air conditioning, can help lower temperatures below ambient, but it would be incredibly expensive to utilize in a large factory; even

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16Jul 2018
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Industrial Make-Up Air Units and How They Work Make-up air units (MAU) adjust air temperature and humidity in a building. Instead of recycling or recirculating the stagnating air already in the building, make-up air units bring in fresh air from the outside. This fresh air contributes to a better working environment. MAU units come in

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15Feb 2018
cold industrial building with Lower heating costs

Winter is upon us and judging by the low temperatures and heavy snow it is likely to remain cold until spring relieves us with some much-needed warmer weather. During the cold winter months, facility managers sometimes struggle to keep their buildings warm without running up the electric bill. To help you avoid the high costs

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19Jun 2017

Less Energy for  Ventilation, More energy for Everything Else. If you took all of the energy that the MoffittVent™  saved buildings in 2016 and used it to power light bulbs, you would be able to power 470,006 incandescent light bulbs, or 1,880,022 CFL light bulbs, non-stop for one year. That’s enough bulbs for over 10,000

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15Jun 2017

Save CO2 to Save the Trees It would take 5,317,777 trees to save as much CO2 as the MoffittVent™ did in 2016.  This eliminates the 135,078 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) that would have been produced by using powering exhaust fans.  This energy is saved and the CO2 disappears by switching to natural ventilation.

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