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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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16Nov 2015

Axial Fans Ventilation Natural ventilation is the single most efficient and effective cooling system available. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work in all building types. Spot cooling or powered intake are effective ways to compliment a natural ventilation system. Of course, they also maximize energy efficiency and lower operating costs. Adding axial fans ventilation is a good

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13Oct 2015

Be Aware of the Hazards with Industrial Fans Here at Moffitt we often receive questions about staying safe around industrial fans. Many are concerned with protecting workers from contacting rotating blades on our fan equipment and are interested in purchasing guards or other protection. This is of course a very real danger, but there are also

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06Jun 2015

Keeping Cool with Wind Effect Ventilation Cross ventilation (also called Wind Effect Ventilation) is a natural method of cooling. The system relies on wind to force cool exterior air into the building through an inlet (like a wall louver, a gable, or an open window) while outlet forces warm interior air outside (through a roof

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