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UT Arlington Aircuity Installation

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Owner: UTA Mechanical Contractor: TD Industries Products Used: Aircuity Brief Description: An Aircuity system was installed in the C&P Building in order to monitor the indoor environmental quality of the laboratories in the building.  The air change rate in certain labs was reduced allowing for significant energy savings and a payback of 3 years.  This was installed as part of a larger energy savings project installed by TD industries. The campus purchased a 10 year sensor calibration plan ensuring the energy savings will continue to be achieved over the next decade.  The Aircuity system was integrated to the Siemens building automation system via BACnet.

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Essilor R&D Tech Center Addition

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Owner: Essilor Labratories Engineer: James Johnston and Associates Mechanical Contractor: Dynamic Systems, Inc. (DSI) Products Used: Phoenix Controls, Aircuity, Marley, Aerofin Coils, Nexus Piping Packages, and Strobic High-Plume Exhaust Fan. Brief Description: Essilor Tech Center is a research facility for Essilor Laboratories. The project utilizes Phoenix Controls to provide pressurization control and fume hood control in the spaces.  It also utilizes Aircuity to monitor the indoor air quality in the lab and allow for a reduction in air change rates and improved energy efficiency. The Marley tower provides condenser water cooling for the chiller on-site and the Strobic exhaust fan exhausts the lab air and fume hood air into the atmosphere at a velocity that ensures there is no re-entraiment of any air that may be dangerous to the tenants and also dilutes the chemicals in the airstream to render them harmless to the environment.

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Tarrant County College SE Campus

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Owner: Tarrant County College Engineer: Multatech General Contractor: Turner Construction Mechanical Contractor: Dynamic Systems, Inc. Architect: SHW Group Products Used: Phoenix Controls Brief Description: The new Academic Wing at the Southeast Campus of Tarrant County College includes general science laboratories as well as wet-chemistry including fume hoods.  Tarrant County College has standardized on Phoenix Controls for its laboratory solutions and prefers the Phoenix solution for its low-operating cost capability, high turndown, and above all, safety.  The Phoenix system includes VAV fume hood controls, advanced occupancy sensors, temperature controls and room pressurization control.

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SMU Dedman Life Sciences

SMU Dedman Life Sciences

Owner: Southern Methodist University Engineer: CCRD Mechanical Contractor: TAC Products Used: Phoenix Controls Brief Description: The SMU Dedman Life Sciences Building houses teaching laboratories including wet-chemistry  spaces with fume hoods.  The laboratory airflow controls are provided by Phoenix Controls.  The Phoenix system provides high-speed response to system changes and sophisticated fume hood controls in order to provide a safe and efficient operating and learning environment.

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CCCC Preston Ridge

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Owner: Collin County College Engineer: Reed Wells Benson General Contractor: Pogue Construction Mechanical Contractor: Berger Engineering Architect: Corgan Products Used: Marley NC Cooling Tower, Phoenix Controls, and Nexus Valve Packages Brief Description: The new Math and Science Building at Collin County College houses a state-of-the art laboratory learning environment.  The Phoenix Controls laboratory ariflow control system controls the variable-air-volume fume hoods, while maintaining necessary pressurization in the lab spaces.  McMillan James provided installation services for the Phoenix system, including wiring, programming and commissioning.  This project also included the addition of a single-cell Marley cooling tower, and three (3) high-plume laboratory exhaust fans.

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Authentix

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Owner: Authentix Engineer: Purdy-McGuire Mechanical Contractor: Blackall Mechanical Architect: Waddil Group Products Used: Phoenix Controls and Acutherm Brief Description: Authentix provide nano-scale engineering of products for brand protection and authentication.  Their business relies on precision and accuracy and when they moved their corporate headquarters to Dallas, they wanted a facility built to their exacting starndard so they could protect the interests of their high-end customers.  Phoenix Controls provided the laboratory airflow control system for the facilty for their fume hood and non fume-hood spaces.  The system include airflow and pressurization controls, as well as pressurization monitoring.

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UTSWMC Phase IV North Research

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Products Used: MK Plastics, ClimateCraft, Circulaire, Hays, and Filtration Labs. Mechanical Contractor: Kinetic Systems

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UTSW Engineering Lab

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Vivarium project required detailed coordination for intallation by MIINC Mechanical, of Custom ClimateCraft AHU's & Armstrong Humidification, project was completed on schedule.

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TWU Science Building

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Texas Woman's University contains a Phoenix Controls Laboratory control system, Strobic Laboratory exhaust system and an Aircuity Laboratory air monitoring system.

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