- Video Introduction of the New Aztec AMC Evaporative Cooling Air Turnover System
- Designing Data Centers as Thermos Bottles
- A New Video on YouTube Describing How the Aztec Evap System Works
- Aztec To Be In Capacity North America Exhibit Hall
- Virtual Reality
- A Simple Concept That Saves Big Dollars
- Indirect Evaporative Cooling Research Project Launched
- Canadian Patent Granted for Mestex Digital High Turndown Burner
- So You Think Your Critical HVAC System Is Reliable?
- Aztec Provides Fresh Air Intake Penthouses for Data Centers in Northwestern US
- Shading and Make-Up for Building Designers
- Credibility and Trust
- How I Spent My Summer Vacation
- Too Hot to Handle? A Simple Reminder.
- Preaching to the Choir
- Evaporative Cooling Anaysis for Data Modules in Two Diverse Climates
- Aztec Indirect Evaporative Cooling System on Display at DFW ASHRAE Golf Outing
- How We Used To Do It
- Air Pollution and HVAC
- Mestex, Division of Mestek YouTube Channel
- Aztec Evaporative Cooling for Data Centers at Data Center World
- GreenBuild Toronto
- Trane Division of Ingersoll-Rand in Lawsuit Over Wireless Technologies
- DOE Proposes Building Rating System
- The Importance of Correct Static Pressure for Direct Fired Make-Up Air Equipment
- Instant Online Document Lookup Using Microsoft Tags
- Do Evaporative Cooling Systems Use Too Much Water?
- Sustainability at Mestek Dallas
- Facebook Offers Their Outside Air Cooling Solution To All Data Center Owners
- Restaurant Energy Saving Idea That Can Be Used Anywhere
- Planning for Volatility
- Ever Wonder Where the Power Goes in a Data Center?
- ASHRAE TC 9.9 Expands Data Center Temperature Ranges Again
- Green Buildings Get Another Boost
- ASHRAE Show Report
- The Story of SHR or Why My Classroom is Stuffy
- CFD, Air Turnover, and the Pharmaceutical Industry
- It is not sustainable if it is not maintainable... or if it breaks down
- Accounting Rule Change Might Impact HVAC
- Reduce electrical demand load with an Aztec indirect evaporative cooling unit
- Lower Cost of Ownership with the Applied Air FAP
- Everything You Want to Know in a Flash
- Data Centers and Evaporative Cooling Webinar August 23
- New "Green" Product Announcement
- DDC Application Case Studies
- PowerPoint showing the importance of gas pressure, static pressure, and voltage
- Webinar: 'The Importance of Correct Gas Pressure, E.S.P. and Voltage'
- An Old Solution to a New Problem
New BIM Objects From The Aztec Brand
We have been promoting the Aztec evaporative cooling line to the data center market lately due to the increased interest in using outside air to cool the equipment under the new ASHRAE guidelines. The Aztec product line also has a strong history in other applications…notably schools and prisons (interesting comparisons could be drawn there). Over the last couple of years we have seen more and more articles describing indirect evaporative cooling systems as the solution for high LEED certifications and “green buildings” in general due to the performance and lack of any refrigerants in the system.
In order to provide better service to these markets we have improved the technical literature, brought on a temporary design specialist to document the current product design for better manufacturability, and made the unique DHTD burner technology and our DDC controls standard.
We have now taken another step to make the product easier to apply by architects, engineers, data center designers, and advanced mechanical contractors. The Aztec line now has Autodesk Revit BIM objects available in Autodesk SEEK for direct download into projects. The BIM objects can also be loaded directly from within a Revit design project.
These objects join the other Dallas products that have BIM objects available. Those include our most common direct fired heating units, our most common air turnover units with cooling, the entire Wing VIFB line, and the IFL split system DOAS unit. As with all of our BIM objects the Aztec objects include “I” details such as cfm ranges, weight ranges, Tech Guide URL links, heating or cooling capacity ranges, cabinet materials used, and relevant agency certifications.
The link below takes you to the Autodesk Revit site and the Aztec product listing. The RFA files can only be opened using Autodesk Revit but the PDF product catalog can be opened and the general description info on the page can also help a designer consider the Aztec for his/her project.