Equipment and products used for HVAC ventilation systems.
Air diffusers and grilles are used to control and direct airflow in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Air handlers are a system-like device used in ventilating systems. They typically consist of a blower, heat exchange medium for heat or air conditioning, and housing.
Bath and ventilation fans promote air exchange and remove humidity from structure interiors.
Breathing air systems and ventilation air systems provide reliable and safe air supply sources to workers in hazardous industrial environments.
Ceiling fans are suspended from the ceiling of a room to provide a cooling or de-stratification effect. To circulate the air, they employ hub-mounted, rotating paddles that are made of metal or plastic.
Damper actuators are powered devices that are used to operate a damper and adjust the flow of air and smoke.
Dampers and louvers are used to control the flow of air in a process system or enclosed area. Dampers are usually motorized or manually-adjustable for flow control. Louvers are often fixed for a constant flow rate.
Heat and energy recovery systems recover useful energy in one of several forms for use in a related or unrelated process system. This energy can be recaptured from heat, flow, pressure, and/or gases.
HVAC ductwork includes pipe or closed conduits made of sheet metal, fiberglass board, or other suitable material for conducting air to and from an air handling unit.
Refrigeration compressors and air conditioning compressors provide air conditioning, heat pumping, and refrigeration for large-scale facilities and equipment. Refrigeration compressors are sometimes called refrigerant compressors.
Rooftop supports are free-standing devices that are used to support systems and equipment such as pipes, ductwork, work platforms, and HVAC equipment on the rooftops of commercial buildings. They may have pivot and height adjustment options.
Steam injection heaters inject steam into a system to maintain or raise temperature levels.
Variable air volume (VAV) units are manufactured assemblies of air valves and dampers contained in a single enclosure. As HVAC system components, they regulate airflow to a room or zone in response to a thermostat or other signaling device.