The TS and CL series Temp-Stat™ has been designed to take the place of the conventional thermostat during the construction process. Temp-Stat™ may be located on the wall in the same location as the permanent thermostat. It can also be installed in the return air plenum and used as a permanent return air thermostat. If […]
Month: March 2008
General Instructions for Residential and Light Commercial Barometric Bypass Dampers HOW THE BYPASS DAMPER WORKS As the individual zone dampers close, the system static pressure will tend to rise. In order to maintain constant airflow through the HVAC system, a barometric bypass damper will be required to bypass some of the discharge air back into […]
This video features the second part of the progression of design and development of The Green Zone. This product expands Jackson Systems’ product line as well as allows the end user to be environmentally friendly. To view Z-200 The Green Zone: You can also view all of our videos on YouTube.
As seen in the RSES Journal = Breaking Down the Basics of the Economizer, by Phil Kimble. Due to internal heat loads associated with people, equipment and lighting, most large commercial buildings require year-round cooling. One tool that helps alleviate this excess heat gain is an economizer system. Since the only energy an economizer uses […]
1) A thermostat controlling an electric furnace must have the fan switch set in the “electric” position so that the fan is energized immediately with a call for heating. 2) A thermostat controlling a gas furnace should have the fan switch set in the “gas” position so that the furnace controls the fan operation. 3) […]
Two upcoming events that you might be interested in attending if you are close to the Indianapolis area: Wednesday, March 12, 2008, 10:30 AM – 2 PM : Heating and Air Conditioning Alliance of Indiana Spring Product Showcase and Luncheon. The event will feature John Hall, Business Editor of ACHR News. The event is held […]