Rooftop units

  1. Energy Recovery Ventilation

    Proper ventilation is essential for maintaining good indoor-air quality, yet it places an additional burden on heating and cooling equipment. Energy recovery ventilation help save energy and improve humidity control.

  2. Maintaining Packaged Rooftop Units

    To avoid energy waste and compromised comfort for a building’s occupants, it’s crucial to maintain rooftop units (RTUs) on a regular basis. This article discusses the steps required to keep RTUs operating at maximum performance.

  3. Monitoring-Based Commissioning

    Monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) is a process applied to buildings to keep them performing at optimal levels. MBCx uses sensors and software in addition to standard retrocommissioning practices to provide a real-time account of systems within the building, often offering greater energy savings.

  4. Packaged Rooftop Air Conditioners

    Packaged rooftop units (RTUs) are the HVAC workhorse of the commercial building sector. This article discusses the various RTU configurations, efficiency considerations, and how to choose the best model for your application.