North Dakota Department of Health
The Phoenix exhaust system was getting old and managers questioned whether the 21 laboratories ever operated properly because the RTUs operated continuously at maximum capacity, and the work space was often too humid. Unfortunately a trial of installing extra fans had not been able to solve the supply/exhaust or humidity problems.
Ohio State University
The CBEC (Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry) building at the Ohio State University was designed with the intention of earning a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Sustainability Rating. It was imperative that the building’s four-storey laboratory block featured an energy-efficient airflow infrastructure – TEL’s market-leading auto sash controllers were the ideal solution.