ASHRAE and ACCA (the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers and the Air Conditioning Contractors of America, respectively) revised their ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Standard 180, covering Standard Practice for Inspection and Maintenance of Commercial Building HVAC Systems this year.
A five-phase duct sealing project has delivered about one boxcar worth of leakage reduction every 16 seconds.
Fall is here and you’re going to be using the H in your HVAC system a lot more in the coming months.
Cooking remains the clear #1 cause of fires in nonresidential buildings.
ASHRAE has published a new standard for commercial building energy audits.
Keeping your lint exhausts clear is important, but there are other things to know about preventing laundry fires.
Continuing our review of the standards for fire safety for kitchen exhaust systems, here is an overview of the IKECA/ANSI C-10 standard.
Airways Systems became an official Aeroseal® commercial service provider in early 2017, and we’d like to share some examples of how we have been able to solve problems for our customers, get them into code, and dramatically reduce leakage in their HVAC systems.
Spring is coming and once the pollen starts to fly, it’s a great time to capture energy savings by having your units’ coils cleaned and changing your filters.
Last year we provided an overview titled, “Getting Educated About Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning." Today we’re going to provide some of the key points from the document which sets the standard in Illinois for ventilation control and fire protection of commercial cooking operations, published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and referenced in the Illinois Life Safety Code, and best known as NFPA 96.