What is Perimeter Heating?

What is Perimeter Heating?

Perimeter heating is a method of distributing warm air through ducts installed in the surrounding area of an indoor space. These ducts could be in above-floor diffusers or embedded in the floor using raised access flooring. Generally, however, the diffuser ducts are close or on the floor, and the return air is taken through grilles installed in the ceiling.

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What is a Linear Grille?

What is a Linear Grille?

Linear grilles are designed to cover sidewall, ceiling, and floor-based air diffuser/air supply and return systems. As with other types of grilles,...

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What are Diffuser Grilles?

What are Diffuser Grilles?

Diffuser grilles are the outer frames you can use to enclose your variable air volume (VAV) or air supply diffusers.

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Explaining CFM HVAC

Explaining CFM HVAC

CFM HVAC is an airflow calculation made in cubic-feet-per-minute (CFM). It’s used to determine the cooling requirements of a building and, in turn,...

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