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Understanding HVAC Design During Extreme Weather

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We get calls every year during periods of extreme heat from people asking why their air conditioning systems cannot keep up.  To answer this question, let us first talk about what goes into sizing the equipment and what restrictions energy codes place on this process. Loads on a building can be broken into two categories:… Read more »


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HVAC and COVID-19 (UPDATE) ASHRAE, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers has released recommendations for reopening buildings that have been shut down due to COVID-19. Their recommendations for building readiness and reopening are as follows: Create a strategic plan prior to opening a building. The plan should include measures to make occupants… Read more »


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We all want to do our part to reduce the spread and impacts of Covid-19, however it is not always easy to know what we can or should do. Right now, we all have more questions than answers but there are some very good resources available to help as we navigate through these uncertain times…. Read more »

Freezing Weather

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With freezing weather upon us we wanted to remind you about precautionary measures you can take to protect your cooling towers. If you have a Preventative Maintenance agreement with Hunter-Davisson, rest assured your cooling tower has been winterized. If you are unsure if you have a cooling tower feel free to give us a call… Read more »

Golf Tournament Fundraiser

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On July 27, Andersen Construction Foundation hosted its first annual golf tournament at Langdon Farms Golf Club. The event raised just over $12,000 that will be donated to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and Umpqua Community College. Hunter-Davisson, Inc. was a proud participant of this event, sponsoring one of the tournament’s holes. Our vice president,… Read more »

The History of Ice: A Cool Story

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Before ice machines were invented, ice was harvested from natural sources. But, as time went on, good sources of natural ice became harder and harder to find because of pollution and sewage dumping. Problems first became evident in the brewing industry and the meatpacking and dairy industries soon followed. Ice as a refrigeration agent soon… Read more »

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