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Heating, AC and Ventilation - February 2016

Heating, AC and ventilation products featured in Metal Architecture's February 2016 issue.

Haiku Home, a division of Big Ass Fan Co.

 

Haiku Home, a division of Big Ass Fan Co.

Haiku Home's 52-inch Haiku L-Series fan and wall controller features a built-in LED with 16 brightness settings. The Energy Star-rated fan is available in black or white finish. It's designed for residential and commercial interiors, and for covered outdoor spaces. Automatic speed adjustments and other features are available with the Haiku wall control.

www.haikuhome.com

 

Cambridge Engineering Inc.

 

Cambridge Engineering Inc.

Cambridge Engineering S-Series direct-fired space heater produces heat up to 14,400 cubic feet per minute (CFM) and produces up to 3.2 million British thermal units (BTUs) per hour. S-Series heaters are designed for large commercial and industrial spaces including warehouses, manufacturing plants, sports stadiums and aircraft hangars.

www.cambridge-eng.com

 

Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Inc.

 

Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Inc.

Mitsubishi Electric's PremiSys Fusion Dedicated Outside Air System consists of a variable refrigerant flow (VRF) outdoor unit and an air handler. The split system is designed to handle 100 percent outside air with energy recovery models. It features INVERTER-driven compressors, designed to reduce energy use, better condition space and reduce noise.

www.mitsubishipro.com/ready

 

Rite-Hite Corp.

 

Rite-Hite Corp.

Rite-Hite's Fan Commander color touchscreen control station can manage the operation of 18 high-volume, low-speed (HVLS) Rite-Hite fans. Users control fan operation based on temperature in a facility, schedule fans to operate only when needed to save energy, monitor energy use and troubleshoot variable frequency drive (VFD) fault codes. Fan Commander can be networked with building management systems so users can coordinate fan operation with building functions. An optional modbus port interfaces with networked computers, tablets and smartphones.

www.ritehite.com

 

MacroAir Technologies Inc.

 

MacroAir Technologies Inc.

MacroAir Technologies' AirVolution-D Model 780 features a 2.1 horsepower, gearless direct-drive motor, 20- to 24-foot blades. Additionally, it has a built-in AirBrain processor that eliminates variable frequency drives (VFDs) and adapts to voltage fluctuations. AirVolution-D Model 780 is designed for heavy-duty applications in large spaces including warehouses, airports, stadiums and aviation hangars.

www.macroairfans.com