Month: September 2012

What Makes a Great Curb Adapter? pt. 3: Optimal Equipment Integration

Previously we mentioned the importance¬† of good airflow management. We achieve that by making absolutely sure the curb adapter design mates with the performance and structural specs of the RTU on one end and the supply and return holes that feed the building on the other end. But that’s only part of the process — …

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What Makes a Great Curb Adapter? pt. 2: Airflow Management

What happens if the motors, belts and other moving parts in your fans fail? If a faulty RTU adaptor design was to blame, would the warranty coverage become invalid, leaving your customers to pay top dollar for repairs? And even if the fan does keep working, how much extra will they pay in maintenance costs …

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