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Sr. Product Manager - Noise Control
Alex Michaud, M.Sc.
TWO SIDES TO EVERY NOISE
Addressing all Noise Control Concerns on a Project
 
Solutions to most "noise problems" typically require the holistic evaluation of multiple paths with each requiring individual attention. By properly addressing all noise sources, offices are more productive, conference room meetings are more effective, and hospital patients are more comfortable.

 
FDCOA
New Price Fan Powered Terminal
PRODUCT FEATURE: NEW DOAS TERMINAL
Fan Powered Terminal Model (FDCOA)

 

This new Fan Powered Terminal Model (FDCOA) is specifically designed to operate with dedicated outdoor air systems. The unit operates similarly to a series fan powered unit, but with the addition of a cooling coil on the return air inlet.

 
Price Research Center North
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
TECH TIP: SYSTEM EFFECT
What it is and How to Avoid it

Symptoms of system effect include excess static pressure drop, instability in air volumes through a device, excessive power consumption in a blower, incorrect flow readings from sensors, lower fan air volumes, and higher levels of radiated and discharge sound.

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March 5 - 8, 2013

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