NJK AND COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
THE IMPORTANCE OF MEASURING AND MANAGING AIRFLOW IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
There is significant momentum toward energy conservation that has led to greener building codes in commercial real estate. Building codes have tightened building envelopes in an effort to reduce air filtration and leakages. Modern airflow management systems are designed to reduce energy consumption and improve air quality.
In addition to providing more sophisticated and more tightly calibrated systems, modern airflow management must adhere to the ANSA/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1, “Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low Rise Residential Buildings.” NJK Precision’s patented Dual-Chambered Airfoil Design will help commercial contractors, installers, and building managers meet or exceed these standards.
Often, building owners and operators are unaware of improper airflow in their ductwork or other parts of their buildings, and smaller leaks with low flows can go unnoticed for years. This guide explains how NJK Precision measurement technologies can help manage airflow and maintain healthy spaces without breaking the bank or totally restructuring buildings. NJK Precision products are designed for integration with building automation systems and built to be easy to install.
To learn more about how to know if air is flowing (and how much it’s flowing), as well as the ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1, consider reading this guide. Managing airflow for commercial property is essential and is