Modinehvac In The News
Read articles our Modine experts have participated in over the years.
With schools in the midst of the spring semester, it is important to maintain excellent air quality in the buildings, especially as indoor sports have brought students, players, families, and refs into gyms and common areas.
Indoor air quality (IAQ) has been a primary topic of discussion over the past year. The COVID-19 pandemic pushed the issue to the front of the national news cycle.
With Christmas and New Year’s approaching, now is the time for hotel facility managers to prepare their HVAC units for upcoming company holiday parties and gatherings.
Average people became much more concerned about ventilation and filtration than ever before. That’s been a boon for the HVAC industry.
Mechanical HVAC systems play a large part in creating memorable customer experiences, so it is vital for facility managers to ensure systems are ready for change.
With the return of in-person learning this fall, heightened concerns over harmful airborne pathogens have placed HVAC manufacturers under a microscope.
Mark Orlovsky, the service, warranty and quality manager for Modine HVAC, joins editor in chief Janelle Penny to discuss the HVAC maintenance you need to do this fall.
Chris Marasco, product manager at US-based Modine Manufacturing Company, tackles the topic of improving indoor air quality in schools.
Now, more than ever, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a major focus concerning the health and safety of students and faculty within the nation’s schools.
In recent years, energy efficiency ranked highest among the concerns for commercial HVAC clients. Then came the coronavirus pandemic, and IAQ moved to forefront.
During Q1, school systems drove demand for HVAC and ventilation equipment. Instead of an expected lull during the first few months of the year, there has been robust activity in the educational sector.
In this article about indoor air quality concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, ACHR The News turned to Michael Schires, Modine senior product manager, for insight into the best usage of ventilation systems.
Customers Can Now Connect With Approved And Trusted Modine Contractors Through Authorized Contractor Program
Thanks to Stockhouse for spreading the news about the Modine Authorized Contractor locator. We’re making it easy to connect customers to trusted Modine contractors.
Learn how HVAC technology is becoming greener in this Green Lodging News article by Joseph Ellison, Modine Sales Manager, Engineered Products.
Modine has partnered with Global Plasma Solutions to deploy a patented, auto-cleaning, needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI) technology that combats airborne pathogens and particulates to provide a safer and healthier classroom environment.
Indoor air quality is a critical subject as schools reopen this fall and students return to their classrooms. Modine is committed to providing the best commercial HVAC solutions, and with this technology we’re offering educational facilities managers a crucial tool in the ongoing effort to keep students safe.
Richard Boothman, Modine Director of North American Sales, has some important things to say about healthy restaurant ventilation during the COVID-19 pandemic in this Modern Restaurant Management article.
Modine now offers a state-of-the-art technology upgrade for our major school projects that ensures high-quality indoor air quality (IAQ) for students returning to in-person classes following pandemic-related closures.
ACHR The News featured the NPBI™ plug-and-play kits for Modine school products. Modine has partnered with Global Plasma Solutions to deploy a patented, auto-cleaning, needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI) solution to ensure health indoor air quality (IAQ) for students.
In a commercial greenhouse environment, the placement of unit heaters makes all the difference when it comes to heating efficiency and dependability. Read more from Product Manager Jamie Tuinstra in Greenhouse Grower Magazine.
When it comes to finding the right HVAC system for your building, it can be challenging to find the right balance between high-quality performance and meeting sustainability goals.
We were granted a patent for the Hot Gas Reheat System used in our Atherion Commercial Packaged Ventilation Units. This is just another way we’re able to deliver a more efficient HVAC system for our clients.
We were proud to showcase our Atherion, Airedale and Effinity products and their connectivity capabilities at the 2019 AHR Expo.
Modine Marketing Communication Manager Kimberly Raduenz talks about the importance of improving communication and partnerships between manufacturers and distributors.
Manufacturers and distributors may often feel separated, but we focus on creating strong partnerships and relationships with our distributor network.
Designing a forced-air system for proper air movement and efficiency is a challenge faced by multiple players in the HVAC industry.
Many prisons in the United States lack air conditioning, with 13 of the 15 hottest states lacking universal air conditioning in their prisons. But recent lawsuits might change that, forcing states to invest in air conditioning in their prisons. ACHR spoke with Jason Gillis, Modine sales engineer, about a recent contract with Kinross Correctional Facility.
“Engineering high quality products is not an accident, nor do they make it to market directly from the engineers drafting boards. They have to be tested in real world conditions while under a microscope. Take a peek into this rarely seen world, you might just learn something new.” In this podcast, hvac360’s host interviewed Modine Engineering Manager Dennis Mueller and Test Engineering Supervisor Mike Clement.
Heating a commercial greenhouse has a lot in common with the story of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears.” It’s about keeping the temperature even and consistent throughout the space — not too hot, not too cold, just right. Read more from Product Manager Jamie Tuinstra at Greenhouse Grower.
The Modine Lodronic unit heater was featured in this issue of HVAC and Plumbing News. More efficient than traditional hydronic heating systems, the Lodronic units are designed to work with high-efficiency boilers.