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When Vancouver’s City Hall in British Columbia committed to upgrading its city run facilities, Aermec’s air NRP source heat recovery units were selected as the winning energy efficient solution. Aermec North America managed the project  for the city, who’s overall goal was to reduce carbon emissions by 33% below the 2007 levels by 2020. The City specified the installetion of Aermec’s NRP air source heat recovery unit to get the initiative underway. The NRP heat pump initiative was designed to
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When Denver Water in Colorado, USA embarked on the redevelopment of its operations complex, it took the opportunity to develop a site that better served its community. Improved efficiencies, functionality as well as more secure operations were key criteria, but Denver Water also wanted to ensure that sustainability was a key factor too. The water utility’s operations had been located on the site since 1881.The buildings in the complex were outdated, inefficient, and inadequate to support future demands of providing
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The pandemic has brought into focus the importance of HVAC systems to provide comfort but also to protect health. With widespread evidence that pathogens such as Coronavirus are airborne and can remain suspended in the air for some time, now is the time to revaluate your air conditioning systems and ensure that indoor environments are well ventilated. The government has advised schools, colleges and universities to take reasonable steps to help mitigate the spread of Coronavirus and recommends enhancing cleaning
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Aermec’s Clifford Saunders talks about the benefits of using ultraviolet light for HVAC applications in the Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM) October publication of Health Estate Journal. Already widely used in hospitals to sanitise rooms and equipment, attention is turning to UV in HVAC systems. Clifford explores what is available and how Aermec’s sanitising fan coil can help reduce the spread of pathogens including Coronavirus. His article can be found on page 97 https://bit.ly/3iSvncg If you are
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The Covid pandemic has brought into focus indoor air quality and brought some lower profile solutions to the fore. Ultaviolet is already widely used in the healthcare sector and is now being seen as a tool for improving the indoor air quality of any building. Aermec has responded with an innovative fan coil that provides comfort as well as helping to control, the spread of pathogens in the air. Check out the article on our FCZ-H fan coil in the
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