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Data Center Protection

When evaluating potential HVAC equipment it is advisable to use FEMA rated louvers and grilles. FEMA rated grilles and hurricane-resistant louvers have been tested against high windloads and large missile impacts. Outside air control dampers can seal up the center when necessary to reduce humidity and heat.

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Guide for Facility Managers on the Testing and Maintenance of Fire Dampers

The significant protection capabilities of fire dampers to life and property are now widely recognized by Facility Managers throughout the United States. More and more Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) and building owners are requiring fire dampers to be operational tested and maintained on a regular basis.

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4th of July Holiday 2020

Friday, July 3rd, our Grandview offices will be closed for the 4th of July Holiday 2020. Wishing you all a fun & safe 4th of July! 

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Case Study - EV811 Screen Louvers Mask Cooling Towers at a Community College Campus in Tulsa, OK

EV811 screens are used primarily to hide equipment, such as in these cooling towers, and parking garage openings. In addition, they can also serve as protective barriers that are less expensive than concealment walls.

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New CD50IF High-performance Extruded Aluminum Airfoil Blade Control Damper - AMCA Class 1A Leakage Rated

Ruskin® has introduced the CD50IF, the newest addition to the airfoil blade models. The CD50IF is a low leak, extruded aluminum damper with integral flange designed with airfoil blades for higher velocity and pressure HVAC systems.

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Download Louver Considerations for Combating Infectious Aerosol Transmission in Buildings Whitepaper

In this paper, we discuss louver selection for HVAC systems designed and/or operated with the prevention of airborne disease transmission in mind. 

With the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, building managers and HVAC designers have been challenged with providing a comfortable indoor environment that is as safe as possible for its occupants.  A recently published document from ASHRAE offers several strategies for the design and operation of HVAC systems that may help reduce infectious aerosol transmission. Among the strategies identified, increasing outside air ventilation and running HVAC systems longer (24/7 if possible) are suggested for indoor air dilution and replacement.   

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Download Ruskin's COVID-19 Response Case Studies

We have put together a series of Ruskin COVID-19 Response Case Studies to show how we can assist during this time.

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Download the Latest Ruskin Sun Control Sunshades Flyer

Sunshades diffuse or block sunlight, reducing the cooling energy a building uses. They eliminate the need for expensive tinted glass and associated maintenance costs. Each unit is custom-built for a unique exterior building design. Crucially, a reduction of direct sunlight and glare increases the comfort of living and work spaces.

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Combating COVID-19 with Healthy Ventilation Rates

As the novel COVID-19 continues its global spread, the importance of ensuring healthy indoor air quality is paramount to helping lower the curve of infections. Studies have demonstrated higher ventilation rates have a direct impact on lowering the spread of microbials in workplaces and other occupied spaces.

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Ruskin COVID-19 Update

We want to update you on how Ruskin is handling the effects of COVID-19.  Ruskin takes the health and safety of our employees and customers extremely seriously, and we are working hard to minimize disruptions to all of our stakeholders.

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