SecureAire’s Technical approach is based upon a proprietary combination of Particle Conditioning and Particle
Collision Control better known as Particle Accelerated Collision Technology (PACT). PACT is the only Technology available in todays’ marketplace which makes airflow the dominant transport mechanism for small particulates, such as bacteria, viruses, allergens, TVOC, gases and odors. SecureAire’s unique system is applied to improve indoor air quality in a building or home, reducing or eliminating harmful particulates which can either cause sick building syndrome or worse, the spread of dangerous airborne pathogens. SecureAire is the only device that simultaneously increases the overall filtration efficiency (the capture rate of particulates/pathogens in the air) and has the potential to kill or inactivate these same dangerous organisms.
The company latest Technology Development is called Particle Guide Technology (PGT), which addresses the costly issue of static pressure, associated with today’s mechanical filtration systems.
SecureAire’s technology will prove to be an industry leader in the years to come as it has the ability to be applied to a wide variety of applications previously bound by the application of standard mechanical filtration, ion generation and other electrically enhanced technologies.
In summary, SecureAire is well positioned with its current Product and Technology Platforms and also continues to develop future “break-through” technologies in the air purification space.
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Design Enhancement for Low Profile Fan Powered Units – 37S and 37SST
A design enhancement of the Low Profile Fan Powered Terminal Unit Series 37S and 37SST, improves performance on Unit Sizes 1 – 3, allowing for larger fan airflow capacities. The Unit Size 3 airflow range is increased by 300 cfm and is now between 440 cfm and 1250 cfm. A Unit Size 2 with ECM is now added to our selections, for when a more intermediate airflow range is required.
The new design is in effect from May 30, 2017, and we recommend that you review the performance pages and the Selectworks program for more information.
If you are curious to see the design enhancement, please view below video for a demonstration.
Gripple End Fixings – Gripple delivers complete solutions for all types of building project. Our ready-to-use kits are supplied with a wide choice of pre-crimped end fixings, suitable for a variety of substrates. Take a look at our full range and contact our technical team to discuss the best option for you.
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At Nailor, we thrive on customer satisfaction, offering our clients new products and solutions in order to provide a competitive advantage in the industry. We are now pleased to be able to offer architectural “Woodgrain finishes” on several steel and aluminum products as an alternative to conventional paint color finishes, allowing us the opportunity to integrate high-end, visually-appealing products into today’s built environment. Woodgrain offers a cosmetically-appealing, environmentally-friendly solution for many Nailor Air Distribution products such as 39VH Series Vertical Hi-Rise Fan Coil Units, 41VX Series Exposed Cabinet Vertical Floor Fan Coil Units, Architectural UNI Plaque Ceiling Diffusers, 4900 Series Linear Bar Grilles, 5000 Series Slot Diffusers, Flowline, Displacement and UFAD Diffusers.
New “Stealth” Induced Air Dissipative Silencer for 33SZ Series Fan Powered Chilled Water Terminal Units
Unique to Nailor, the “Stealth™” Induced Air Dissipative Silencer option provides maximum acoustic attenuation by reducing radiated sound power levels. The medium insertion loss design does not however affect fan performance. When units are installed above the occupied space, the addition of the silencer reduces the radiated sound level in the occupied space by a significant 5 NC. It is available as standard with Fiberglass Media. A Mylar/Spacer Liner option is also available for IAQ sensitive applications. The optional induced air inlet accessory is shipped loose for field attachment.
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Sensor Calibration – Accurate Sensors Require Calibration:
According to an article in the January 2016 ASHRAE Journal, Applying Demand Control Ventilation, “CO2 sensors are subject to calibration drift and accuracy issues over time. A field study on a campus building with CO2-based DCV found that differences between the commercial CO2 sensors used in buildings are significant. Periodic maintenance is essential to keep the readings of CO2 concentration accurate over time.”
At Aircuity, we couldn’t agree more and our bi-annual sensor exchange is a core element of our solution’s long-term accuracy. The Calibration Laboratory at our headquarters calibrates over 6,000 sensors annually. A team of 6 calibration technicians follow a regimented calibration process, which with a calibration verification phase when sensors are run for 1 to 5 days to eliminate programming or out of box failures. The newly calibrated sensors are shipped to Aircuity-certified technicians around the world who install them at local customers’ facilities.
Our sensor calibration process means fewer headaches for customers and a solution that building occupants and constituents can count on!
Using the latest technology, we are able to produce a high-resolution 3D rendering creating a virtual showcase of Nailor’s product offerings. This experience recreates the real-life movement and capabilities along with displaying high-fidelity texture and details.
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