St. Louis, MO (April 4, 2018) – Indoor air quality and employee comfort are two areas that can get overlooked when planning a new distribution or warehouse facility, or upgrading an older one. Yet these factors are critical to on-the-job performance and employee satisfaction. Studies show that indoor contaminants that are not properly exhausted can lead to more sick days; and indoor temperatures that are too cold in winter or too hot in summer can cause employee dissatisfaction and high turnover.
To address these challenges, Cambridge Engineering offers a line of commercial space heating and ventilation (make-up air) products designed to provide 100 percent outside air and even indoor temperatures. The Cambridge S-Series and SA-Series combine both heating and ventilation in one unit. These High Temperature Heating and Ventilation (HTHV) energy efficient products are backed by a Department of Energy study and more than 400 customer-approved building studies that quantify significant savings over other types of space heating and make-up air products.
The Cambridge M-Series make-up air unit provides ventilation, exhaust replenishment and tempered air heating and cooling solutions to keep workers comfortable. As with the S-Series, it draws in 100 percent outside air for superior indoor air quality.
Visitors at MODEX can learn more by visiting the Cambridge Engineering booth (#B970). Randy Niederer, LEED AP and Cambridge marketing director, will be on hand to answer questions and provide examples of successful installations at some of the largest distribution centers in the U.S.
About Cambridge Engineering, Inc
For more than 50 years, Cambridge Engineering has been committed to enriching the lives of its people, customers and suppliers through the design, manufacture and application of space heating and ventilation (make-up air) products in commercial and industrial facilities. Cambridge team members and their network of 400-plus sales representatives help building owners, engineers and mechanical contractors deliver better indoor working environments through even temperatures and improved indoor air quality (IAQ) in warehouses, manufacturing facilities and other high-bay spaces. The company has invested heavily in research and development to offer HTHV (high temperature heating and ventilation) products that significantly save energy and reduce operating costs for both retrofit and new construction projects.
With more than 37,000 system installations and 2.5 billion square feet of buildings served, Cambridge celebrates its customers’ commitment to an improved working environment for people on the factory or warehouse floor. Cambridge is headquartered in Chesterfield, Missouri. www.cambridge-eng.com