The FreshAire PTAC offers a precision inverter compressor, an integrated make-up air system, and Merv 8 filtration. The variable-speed operation of the Freshaire PTAC allows the unit to work at the optimal speed to match the true load of the room.
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The PTAC has been reimagined and redesigned. It is more efficient and more reliable at a lower cost.
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Barely good enough solutions are never good enough for Friedrich. Before now, make-up air PTACs struggled to keep up with ASHRAE 62.1-2013 requirements, so we’ve reimagined and redesigned the PTAC to a higher standard, combining an inverter compressor with true make-up air capabilities.
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Greenheck’s UL555 approved three-sided retaining angle installation method for fire and combination fire smoke dampers only requires retaining angles to be installed on three sides of the damper. The fourth side can be attached directly to the opening without the need for an angle. It’s perfect for installations where the damper sleeve is tight up against a wall, floor, or other obstruction and there’s no room for a retaining angle. The UL approved installation instructions for other three-sided retaining angle installation methods requires the use of fire stop material on the side without the retaining angle. Confirming that the fire stop material installation requirements have been met can be extremely difficult. Greenheck’s three-sided retaining angle installation method does not require any firestop material, allowing for a faster, cleaner, and more cost-effective installation. Greenheck will continue to lead the industry in new and innovative products and solutions.
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Life safety dampers protect openings in walls, ceilings, floors and/or partitions to prevent the spread of fire and/or smoke. These products are tested and classified in accordance with UL. There are five types of life safety dampers:
As a new solution, the DX AHU kit can provide cooling, heating and free cooling operations for energy reduction via air control throughout external and internal environments during all seasons.
The AHU can be a suitable solution for various sites due to its application flexibility and wide range of line up with large capacity models. It can be connected to diverse field devices and its link to multiple controllers making it an ever more compatible air solution.
Kampmann GmbH has continuously evolved since the company was set up in 1972.
With its vision and keen insight into future markets, Kampmann GmbH grew to become one of the leading international specialists in heating, cooling, ventilation and integrated building automation. The company is still family-owned and, now in its second generation, is managed by Hendrik Kampmann.
With over 720 employees at 14 locations around the world, Kampmann is one of the major players in the construction and building services industries. Kampmann systems for heating, cooling and ventilation are at the forefront of different market segments today.
All the products offer low heating temperature capabilities and on-line based selection tools. All the fan assisted products utilize an energy efficient EC fan.
Kampmann product groups include:
Trench Heating – Trench systems for effective primary heating and cooling, supplementary heating or cold air screening under large areas of glazing.
Perimeter Heating – Convectors for wall-mounting or free-standing installation, also suitable for use with low water temperatures. Available as cased models for ultra-responsive heating.
Design Grilles – Decorative air outlets for trench systems!
Fan Coils (FCU) – Environmentally-friendly air conditioning of buildings for today and tomorrow. We have the right solution for every project.
Vice President & Engineering Sales Department Manager
John is responsible for the conceptual design and development of mechanical systems for our clients as well as the managerial role at Climate Systems, Inc. for the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment sales department since 2007. His experiences have included working as a consulting engineer from 1990 through 2007 in the design of mechanical systems for correctional, health care institutions, schools, recreational facilities, offices, repair garages, and a variety of commercial buildings.
John has working knowledge in the analysis of HVAC, geothermal, steam, heating/chilled water and energy recovery systems. He is also capable of evaluating mechanical systems to determine the most economical solution.