211 West 29th Street, NYC, built to Passive House standards

Manhattans’s second-largest building built to Passive House standards, 211 West 29th Street, NYC, will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators!  This building now rises 24 stories and will house 55 rental units. Once completed, 211 West 29th Street will be a mixed-use, mixed-income (affordable and market-rate) rental building.  The building is being built to Passive House standards under the supervision of  Steven Winter Associates Energy Consultant and will offer apartment layouts ranging from studios to three-bedroom units and will have passive house features [...]

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211 Madison Avenue , NYC

Years of musty odors and poor indoor air quality at Morgan Court, NYC resolved by installing eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators! Morgan Court at 211 Madison Avenue , NYC is a 32 story building that has been described as having been “designed and built as a staple of elegance, luxury and prestige”. With just two residences per floor, this 28 story building offers an enviable level of privacy. Unfortunately, the building had been plagued with issues related to a poorly designed ventilation [...]

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The New York State Psychiatric Institute

Thanks to eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators, The New York State Psychiatric Institute in NYC, now meets the AAALAC’s (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) strict Indoor Air Quality standards! eFlow USA is proud to announce that eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator’s (CAR’s) played a pivotal role in helping The New York State Psychiatric Institute, located at 1051 Riverside Drive in NYC, meet the AAALAC’s (Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care) strict Indoor Air Quality standards. The AAALAC is [...]

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Moxy Hotel

Another Marriott Brand hotel, to feature  eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators! Moxy is Marriott’s national brand of “affordable luxury” hotels. Developed by Lightstone Group,the 13-story building at 112 East 11th Street spans 78,361 square feet and has  311 rooms, for an average size of about 250 square feet per room. In addition, the building features a restaurant and lounge in the cellar, a fitness center on the second floor, and a restaurant on the top level. The hotel is expected to open [...]

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Caribe Hilton Hotel

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CAR) installed at the Caribe Hilton Hotel, located in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Ventilation accounts for 40 percent of the energy consumption in most buildings. Every cubic foot of air taken out of a building has to be replaced by fresh outside air that has to be heated and cooled.  Approximate ventilation costs are $10 per CFM per year. As an example, a typical hotel with 400 Rooms averages 70 CFM in each room. Code requires only [...]

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Aloft Hotel

Another Aloft Hotel Features eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators! Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. announced in 2016 that their new Aloft hotel located in  Secaucus, NJ would feature state-of-the-art technology.  The use of advanced technology extended to the hotel’s HVAC system with the installation of eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs).   CARs correct common ventilation issues such as stack effect and poor airflow balance.  Installation of CARs precisely and automatically regulates building ventilation systems.  By doing so, CARs save energy by reducing the load placed on heating and [...]

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515 West 36Th street, NYC

NYC’s 515 West 36Th street New Skyscraper features eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators! Developed by Lalezarian Properties and designed by  Ismael Leyva Architects, 515 West 36th Street currently graces the New York City skyline. This building reaches 418 feet into the air and spans nearly 250,000 square feet. It holds 251 apartments spread across 198,000 square feet of residential space. Twenty percent of the units, or 50 apartments, will rent for below-market rates through an affordable housing lottery.  eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators  were installed at 515 West [...]

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