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Why Fibre Reinforced Plastic or FRP Fans are more popular?

The axial fans are commonly used for offering the required airflow for heat and mass transfer activities in a wide range of industrial processes and equipment's. These include the cooling towers for air conditioning and ventilation, air heat exchangers for numerous chemical procedures, humidifiers in various textile mills and ventilation and exhaust jobs for mining industry to name a few.  All the major domains or industries that contribute a lot in national economy like oil & petroleum…

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Added by karren shaw on January 21, 2016 at 6:11am — No Comments

Axial flow fans – An Overview

A fan is a mechanical device, which produces a stream or flow of air/gas. The fans are used both at residential and commercial spaces serving different purposes. These are often used to move air or gases via ventilating systems. In industries, these are used to force air inside the hot steam boilers and help to reduce the temperature of machines and other equipments. Fans function similar to the compressors, which is relatively at low pressures. These are basically divided as axial and…

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Added by miguel pace on January 20, 2016 at 8:30am — No Comments

Types of Fans Impact Cooling Solution offered

Axial flow fans- Impact axial flow fans have an aerodynamic profile with high blade twist angles and large chord widths that give the world’s best efficiencies. Energy efficiency improvements of 20-40% over earlier fans are not uncommon. Blade twist angles up to 44 degrees ensure airflow is uniform hence preventing turbulence. Impact fans are hollow and lightweight which reduces the moment of inertia. Being seamless and UV protected, Impact fans are extremely durable- even…

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Added by miguel pace on January 5, 2016 at 1:00am — No Comments

Constructive Air Cooled Heat Exchanger Fans

To reduce the hot air circulation, air cooled heat exchanger devices are ideal. Air cooled heat exchanger fans are also called Fin Fan Heat Exchangers and are mostly used where the desired outlet temperature is attained by giving the maximum ambient temperature. This device is essential for reusing heat from a fluid or gas in a straight line to ambient air. The ongoing cost of the air cooled heat exchangers is relatively very low. These are very useful in cases where…

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Added by miguel pace on December 8, 2015 at 6:30am — No Comments

With record high heat/humidity come xtreme door sticking.

Living in Missouri, the combination of record high temperatures and extreme humidity are really becoming evident with all our house doors sticking. Doors we've never seen stick before. This record weather is also pointing out some deficiencies in our HVAC with condensation. (If you see water dripping, check duct work…

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Added by Don Fitchett on July 27, 2015 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

Drainwater Heat Recovery Units & Water Efficiency

Reblog, originally posted on www.bluehouseenergy.com 16 Feb 2015

Hot water distribution efficiency is now included in HERS ratings, under an amendment to ANSI/RESNET Standard 301-2014. This is a Good Thing. To date, all of our efforts to represent, and then…

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Added by Shawna Henderson on March 17, 2015 at 11:38am — 6 Comments

Fast and Easy Fuel Monitoring

Fast and Easy Fuel Monitoring

In the quest for faster results and more accurate heating fuel use data, the folks at YShape have come up with a nifty device called the HeetMeter.…

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Added by Dale@EnergyWright on February 11, 2015 at 10:29pm — No Comments

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky, Especially their Capacity

Mini-Split Heat Pumps are Quirky and Still Effective

The name "mini-splits" generally refers to heat pump systems with one outdoor unit and one or several smaller capacity air handlers. The efficiency of their operation comes via the inverter compressor and variable refrigerant…

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Added by Chris Laumer-Giddens on September 17, 2014 at 4:32pm — 4 Comments

Who reads the manual? Hiss and Poop are abnormal Phenomenon

I had no idea heat pumps were such poop and kak generators.

Added by Shawna Henderson on April 1, 2014 at 12:56pm — 2 Comments

Help Rebuild Haiti and Get Profiled on Greenspiration Home!

Trish Holder

It’s been a chilly, uncharacteristically snowy winter here in North Carolina.  I have the luxury being able to sit in my warm “green” home and enjoy the beauty of these wintry transformations.

For my family and me, Mother Nature’s little surprises aren’t much more than…

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Added by Trish Holder on February 15, 2014 at 12:35pm — No Comments

Lesser Known Features of Dux Heat Pump

The utility of hot water systems has increased significantly in the recent times for heating water. Their energy efficient mechanism not only ensures reduced electricity consumption, but also puts a great relief on your monthly expenses.    





One of the most popular brands in the industry, DUX brings noticeable changes from time to time, so as to provide a top class heat pump hot water…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on September 12, 2013 at 3:16am — No Comments

When Buying Dux Airoheat Heat Pump for Homes

Installing heat pump at homes, for hot water needs is an effective medium of controlling electricity bills and adopting greener approach to save environment. These pumps take heat from atmospheric air and pass it onto the water tank with the help of refrigerants.



If studies are to be believed, Dux Airoheat pumps can save up to 25% of the energy consumption in an average home. However, before…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on August 15, 2013 at 2:57am — No Comments

Heat Pumps Brisbane: Factors to Be Considered Before Buying

Having an efficient water heating system in homes has become very important in today’s era. Because of rising inflation, it is more crucial to cut down electricity bills and look for more environment friendly products. Heat pump Brisbane works in similar fashion to refrigerator functioning and lessens the electricity costs effectively.…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on July 26, 2013 at 2:28am — No Comments

Warnings About Portable Air Conditioners

Warnings About Portable Air Conditioners

Warning About Portable Air Conditioners

Here are some warnings about portable air conditioners to help you to be aware of their low energy efficiency rating when purchasing a new air conditioner. If you already have a portable air conditioner or if a portable air conditioners your only option to get some cooling,…

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Added by Perry Ning on July 2, 2013 at 3:20pm — 10 Comments

Why Getting a Quantum Heat Pump is a Better Choice?

Hot water is a basic necessity in every home and office during winters. So it is very important to have some efficient source to heat water. Rather than using those traditional methods such as fire to get warm water, you can avail the benefits of advanced heating technology using a quantum heat pump.



Using such an energy-efficient heat pump can ease up your life to a significant extent. With its…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on June 13, 2013 at 1:58am — 3 Comments

Stiebel Eltron Heat Pumps- Energy Efficient Solutions

Looking for reliable, inexpensive and eco-friendly hot water pumps that can reduce your electricity consumptions? If you are thinking to purchase heating pumps, both for commercial as well as residential use go for either split or integrated system. These are available at moderate prices, yet majority of people are unaware about the benefits of stiebel eltron heat pumps.



Whether you are living in cold or hot climatic…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on May 9, 2013 at 1:34am — No Comments

Revolutionary Heat Pump Design Good for 10,000 years, here in five!

Today, according to experts, most heat pumps only have a durability of 15-25 years, but researchers at the University of Stavanger in Norway (USN) and the University of Oslo believe that they have developed a new heat pump that…

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Added by Tom DelConte on February 14, 2013 at 9:00am — 7 Comments

What Makes Quantum Heat Pump So Popular?

Hot water is required in every home. In earlier days, there were hardly any sources that can be used for heating water except fire. As the time passes, numerous advancements take place in the technology that makes life easy of the people.



Now days, if you just make a search in the market, you will come across a variety of devices that can be used for heating purposes. But barely any of them is constructed keeping in mind its affects on the environment.



We are well…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on January 3, 2013 at 3:00am — No Comments

Different types of Heat pump hot water systems

Selecting the right type of heat pump hot water not only save the energy usage for years to come but also impacts the comfort of your family members in a positive way. There are numerous systems present in the market today that utilize diverse power sources.



Before buying the heat pump hot water system, there are some factors that you need to lay emphasis on such as: the capacity of the heater that can meet your…

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Added by Jack Sadyak on October 24, 2012 at 2:17am — 1 Comment

Bundling of Products & Services - How to Survive and Grow A Home Performance Business in 2013 and Beyond?

Working with my customers and friends that are home performance contractors we always seem to be seeking answers to questions such as:

What will make my business survive in the short term?

What does it mean to run a successful home performance business?  

What can I do if my local utility rebates, tax credits, and programs change?

For the most part it is true that individuals and…

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Added by Roch Naleway on September 22, 2012 at 11:00am — 14 Comments

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