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Thank you to those that attended out July BBQ. Rob from Enervex had a riveting presentation and tons of great information on venting codes and solutions. We hope you come back in August for Ruskin! ... See MoreSee Less
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Thanks to all of you that took time out of your day Tuesday and Wednesday to see the Aaon and Camfil equipment as we moved it through Cedar Rapids and Des Moines. If you missed it or would like some more information, please let us know and we'd be glad to schedule a time to come and visit with you.
Mark your calendars and send us an RSVP for the next BBQ on July 20th. Enervex will be presenting about Integrated Venting Solutions. ... See MoreSee Less
Camfil City M Air Purifier
The Camfil City M offers those with air quality problems or concerns a unit unlike any other, one that uses certified Camfil Absolute® filters and high capacity full detention granular carbon filters. The City M has been available in Europe for the last two years and has received many accolades and recorded successes.
The City M enters an air cleaner market in North America that includes competitors’ offerings that lack the industrial level air cleaning components that Camfil has placed in this eye-pleasing compact unit. Most use lower grade paper filters that they loosely define as HEPA filters and if they employ carbon, it's usually a carbon pleated panel with low efficiency and little or no capacity.
The City M has already found its niche in nursing homes, patient waiting rooms, veterinary offices, business offices, and homes removing particulates for allergy sufferers and removing ozone in areas where high levels can debilitate the health of compromised individuals.
See the City M web page that includes links to all kinds of information including three case studies and three video links showing off some of the units’ features and product performance.
For more information, contact Vince Sanders at Hart-Hammer. ... See MoreSee Less
BBQ Today - Rain or Shine! ... See MoreSee Less
Come out this Wednesday for lunch and chat with the Hart-Hammer staff. We will start serving food off of the grill at 11:30.
We are also hosting the April ASHRAE Iowa Chapter meeting/webcast on Thursday starting at noon with a free lunch to those that pre-register on the ASHRAE Iowa website. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy #GlobalEngineer Day! Thanks to all the Engineers all over the world that make our lives better. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Engineers Week!
Check out this special message about #eweek2016 & #GlobalEngineer Day from @astro_tim at the Int'l @Space_Station! youtu.be/m4i0jZM0Weo ... See MoreSee Less
Greetings from the International Space Station as they celebrate 2016 National Engineers Week and Global Day of the Engineer with us!
Ozone is harmful to human health. Numerous studies have shown a link between exposures to ozone and decreased lung function, as well as asthma and premature mortality. Nearly one third of Americans live and work in counties with ozone concentrations that exceed the primary eight-hour average National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone. The NAAQS concentration limit for ozone is meant to protect public health, including the health of sensitive populations such as children, people with asthma, and the elderly.
ASHRAE has published a literature study that promotes the use of carbon products where ozone may be a problem. We are not able to distribute the study as it is copyright material but we thought you should be aware that there is a progression to address air quality problems, specifically ozone, and Camfil is well-prepared to address these situations.
A synopsis follows:
1491- RP, Literature and Product Review Cost Benefit Analysis of Commercially Available Ozone Air Cleaning for HVAC Systems, developed a model to evaluate the costs and benefits of carbon filtration of ozone in various types of buildings. Major findings of this study are listed in the final report and indicate that commercially available activated carbon filters that are an economically viable strategy for improving health in commercial office buildings, long term health facilities, and K-12 schools. This applies to cities in non-attainment and attainment areas relating to the US EPA NAAQS ozone standards. The principal investigator was Richard Corsi with University of Texas-Austin.
Contact us at Hart-Hammer if you would like to discuss this in greater detail. ... See MoreSee Less