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n.1.(Zool.) The Asiatic gazelle.
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The coil bypass air-handling unit is commonplace for underfloor air (2) distribution and displacement ventilation systems and is sometimes used in small cleanrooms.
The scope of the service includes, Inter alia, Two primary air-handling units each with a flow rate of 35,000 m 3 / h, A technology air-handling unit with a flow rate of 15,000 m 3 / h.
Carrier, a high-technology heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) solutions company, introduced to Saudi Arabia its AquaForce 30XV air-cooled screw chiller, along with the XPower variable refrigerant flow system (VRF) and the Airovision 39HQM air-handling unit at events in Jeddah and Riyadh recently.
Radiant floor heating and an air-handling unit provide dry air throughout the year.
Quark Communications installed several Echelon LonPoint[R] modules to monitor some of the points on an older air-handling unit.
The system is comprised of a dedicated fresh air-handling unit and another recirculating air-handling unit.
Alternately, the system could consist of a separate cooling air-handling unit, a heating air-handling unit and a heat recovery minimum outside ventilation air package.
For example, the main air-handling unit has 50,000 cfm capacity, which can supply 100% outside air to support a building ratio of 20% laboratory and 80% office space.
If an air-handling unit is located in a room adjacent to the corridor, for example, it is unacceptable to place a return grille serving that air-handling unit directly into the corridor wall, and use transfer openings from each office into the corridor proper.
exhaust air-handling unit 6000 mA / h (one piece);Zu.
has crafted an excellent article that essentially puts forth the notion that air-handling unit selection should consider the coil face velocity (and the air-handling unit dimensional characteristics that follow from that selection) as one measure of the lifecycle cost of an air-handling unit.
Their real estate broker brought them a deal that included a reasonably low rent, a rent abatement of three months to offset the construction period, moving expenses paid directly by the landlord, a build-out allowance of $50 per rentable square foot, and a 20-ton air-handling unit for central air distribution on the floor.