Pavilion at Wright Brothers Memorial Presents Challenge to A/C Designers

August 2004
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Aug2004, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p0
Provides information on the heating and ventilation system applied at the First Flight Centennial Pavilion by the All Seasons Heating and Air conditioning of Harbinger, North Carolina. Challenges faced by All Seasons President Joe Simpson on the aluminum-framed structure pavilion; Role of Virginia Air Distributors Inc. of Chesapeake, Virginia in the project; Features of the Predator and Sunline Ultra air-conditioning and gas/electric heating units selected by the company for the pavilion.


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