Energy efficient clean rooms

Case study: Energy-efficient clean rooms featured in CSE

Dec 30, 2019

CRB’s David B. Korzuch Jr., PE; and Christopher J. Barbieri, PE detailed several energy-saving strategies that can be implemented into the HVAC system design of a pharmaceutical-grade clean room suite in Consulting Specifying Engineer (CSE).

Readers will learn:

  • About the energy-efficient design strategies that should be considered for a clean room HVAC system.
  • The energy use of each clean room design strategy and how each one compares to a traditional design approach.
  • How to evaluate the most common HVAC system design approaches to consider for maintaining a clean room environment.

Read their article here.

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