The Waterloo Product Directory for HVAC industry

Product directory simplifies selection for HVAC engineers and specifiers

  • 14 Sep 2015

Waterloo Air Products has produced its latest product directory to guide HVAC mechanical engineers, specifiers and architects in their selection process.

Inadequate specification of air products – such as grilles, louvres and diffusers – can compromise the overall efficiency of a HVAC system.

As these products are frequently being used in building projects, Waterloo Air Products has created a new product directory to provide more information on specification and selection.

A tool for HVAC design and specification

The Waterloo Product Directory comprises 160 pages of information on the company’s product range. Examples of Waterloo’s bespoke architectural design solutions have also been included.

The directory incorporates a technical guide, which covers air diffusion and acoustics, whilst offering a glossary of widely used terms, definitions, symbols and performance data and formulae used by HVAC system designers.

Comparative selections, special air diffusion characteristics and jet theory have also been included, alongside chapters on essential acoustic performance information for air terminal devices.

As the first complete air terminal directory available to the HVAC industry, the Waterloo Product Directory can be used as a tool for design and specification.

It can be downloaded via Waterloo’s website; alternatively, it can be obtained in the form of a CD or an A4 booklet by email

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