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  • Evaluation of Infra-Red vs. Forced Air Heating (.pdf)
    A three-year study was conducted at a commercial facility with frequent overhead door openings. Participant installed both a forced-air unit heater (FA) and a tube-type infrared heater (IR). Units were operated by a common thermostat, with a manual override switch, to allow for either forced air
  • Understanding Forced Air Cooling in Power Supplies (.pdf)
    By Gary Bocock, Technical Director, XP Power. All power supplies generate waste heat which has to be dissipated. The heating effect becomes greater as more components are squeezed into smaller spaces. The result of. miniaturization is higher levels of heat per cubic volume
  • Radiant Floor Warming
    Generally, a residence or business will use a forced air system to heat rooms within the structure. This system operates by warming the air in a room, which then transfers heat to the objects it touches. This is very inefficient because the majority of the warm air will rise before it heats any
  • Fluid Catalytic Cracker (FCC) (.pdf)
    and environmental groups. As a result, releases of pollutants caused by corrosion leaks are becoming a high consequence event. The Clean Air Act of 1990 has forced refiners to implement a number of costly measures to reduce their impact on the environment, both with the types of products they produce

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