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Throughout North America, people will soon turn on the heat for the first time this season. While many of these heating systems use radiant heating, convection is another commonly used system that allows for much faster heating.
Designed to heat large spaces quickly and efficiently, the Jaga AVS® Unit Heater saves up to 32 percent of energy compared to similar ceiling-based systems.
The natural world does not generate waste. A tree falls and decomposes into the earth. The waste of one species becomes food for another. Things live, die and return to the earth—all without any need for a landfill.
These are bizarre times. Where before we simply focused on living our lives, now we’re starting to think more and more about HOW we live our lives due to the pandemic. Will these experiences change anything about how people view the earth and our environment? We talk about this during a walk with Jan and Bert Kriekels.
Have you ever grown tired during a meeting only to feel suddenly refreshed the minute someone opens the door? The absence of fresh air in a room is just one of the many factors impacting the way people feel and perform in the buildings where they live, work and play.
Eddy Houben is involved in the research and development at Jaga. He’s driven much of the innovation behind our fan coils, including the Briza 22 and Briza 26.
While the technology has been available for approximately 30 years, Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems (VRF Systems) are starting to find their way into more North American HVAC Systems. Meanwhile many have found there are several problems with VRF Systems, often after installation.
No matter the size of the project, engineers are increasingly looking to Building Information Management (BIM) software for the development and design of building systems.
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