Manufacturer Blog: Price Industries, The Science of Comfort
Price Industries publishes on their blog The Science of Comfort on a regular basis. If you aren’t a subscriber, consider it if you’re interested in topics like design engineering, diffusers, ventilation, displacement, and more.
Here are some of the recent topics covered in The Science of Comfort:
What is a Venturi Valve? by Antec Controls
The blog covers what applications are best suited for venturi valves and how the venturi valve works.
Todd Stovall is the area manager of the Southeastern US, which covers the entirety of the Hoffman & Hoffman territory. Todd answer questions in this blog about his background, why he works for Price Industries, and industry developments.
This blog series focuses on improving indoor air quality without sacrificing the beauty of a space. In this third blog post of the series, you can review how Price Industries can integrate diffusers and grilles with the look architects and building owners are trying to achieve.
In the second post of the aesthetics blog series, we learn more about selecting the best slot diffuser border to align with the space.
Price Industries and Purdue University teamed up to uncover the effects of office ventilation on particle concentration. The blog gives the highlights of the research and offers a link to the entire research study. The team used four life-sized mannequins, a particle generator, and measuring instruments, including particle counters. The research uncovered the importance of increasing ventilation in office spaces to reduce particle concentration and how displacement ventilation improves indoor air quality.
This is the first of the blog series focusing on the blend of improving indoor air quality while still honoring the aesthetics of indoor spaces. The blog highlights the design versatility that slot diffusers provide in a variety of architectural spaces.
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