Air Innovations – Environmental Control Whitepaper Collection

This page presents a collection of whitepapers on the HVAC challenges presented to Air Innovations from the industries we serve.

Semiconductor and aerospace applications require strict environmental control in order to operate as efficiently as possible. Our whitepapers describe the challenges these industries present when it comes to effectively controlling factors such as temperature, humidity, and more.

 

Semiconductor

Pursuing Perfection” is a piece focusing on how important cleanroom systems can be in allowing semiconductors to operate as efficiently as possible. With semiconductor applications, a fleck of dust or a small fluctuation in temperature is enough to cause mayhem.

 

Aerospace

“Neutralizing Nature” illustrates the challenges of environment control in aerospace applications. Aerospace applications may require temperature control, humidity control, particle control, and/or molecule control.

 

Desktop Console Management System

Our Micro Environment units offer a complete desktop console management system to condition workers who primarily work at desks for a large part of the workday.

“The Human Factor” describes how our desktop console management systems (Micro Environments) create comfortable spaces for mission critical workers such as Air Traffic Controllers or 911 Dispatchers.

 

Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

A Healthy Environment” shows the challenges pharmaceutical and life sciences companies face when it comes to environmental control. Small fluctuations in temperature or moisture levels can destroy life-saving medicines or cause intricate diagnostic systems to misread vital data.

 

If you are interested in your own environmental control project, contact us today.
Email: info@airinnovations.com
Phone: (800) 825-3268

 

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