Energy-Recovery Ventilators Improve IAQ, Comfort in Hot, Humid Climate

March 2007
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Mar2007, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p69
The article discusses the use of heating and ventilation equipment at Rockingham Junior High School in Rockingham, North Carolina. The author notes that the high school wanted to address the indoor-air-quality issues, as well as simplify maintenance with its plan of establishing a new building. Doug Simpson of United Engineering Group and Steve Woodrow of Hoffman & Hoffman recommended installation of outdoor-air systems. The school installed 2 ERCH energy-recovery units from Greenheck.


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