Tag - Multi Family

The Robeson, 407 Lenox Avenue, Bronx, NY

eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators were installed at the Robeson building in the Upper Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood, located at 407 Lenox Avenue, between West 130th Street and West 131st Street.  This 10–story mixed use new construction building features 79 mixed-income units, 7,500 square feet of ground floor commercial space, and 2,500 square feet of community facility space.  About eFlow-CAR eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator (CAR) is a low-cost solution for balancing ventilation systems, eliminating the need for on-site balancing and ongoing maintenance. The Constant Airflow Regulator’s control of airflow [...]

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Sven at Queens Plaza Park, Long Island City, NY

eFlow is proud to announce that Sven at Queens Plaza Park, Long Island City, NY will feature over 3,000 of eFlow-MAX High Capacity Constant Airflow Regulators and eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs). Residents of this building will enjoy an automatically balanced, high-efficiency ventilation system that will provide high indoor air quality and energy savings. The manufacturer’s representative, Mechanical Technologies,  facilitated the sale of eFlow products for the Queens Park Plaza project. This is the first project of this magnitude in [...]

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eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators Case Study yields impressive results!

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators were installed in two buildings located at 265 and 275 Cherry Street , NYC . A Case study conducted by En-Power Group concluded that ventilation system upgrades, including the installation of 1,350 eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs) in 490 units, not only  improved Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) but also increased resident comfort and resulted in energy savings. Highlights and issues resolved with the installation of eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators included: *Overall improved Indoor Air quality in the building *Elimination of spreading [...]

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The Bernard Hankin Building of the Eagleview senior apartments, Exton, PA

Installation of eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs) in the The Bernard Hankin Building of the Eagleview senior apartments located in Exton, PA, contributed to the building achieving LEED Platinum rating. The Bernard Hankin Building is the highest scoring LEED Platinum affordable homes project in Pennsylvania.  Engineers use eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators (CAR) to alleviate common problems such as stack effect, exhaust/fresh air balancing, cross contamination, and energy waste. eFlow-CARs are exceptional ventilation products for multifamily dwellings.  They provide automatically balanced ventilation [...]

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The Tannery, Peabody, MA

eFlow is proud to once again be part of an affordable housing project. eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators were installed at The Tannery affordable housing building located at Peabody, MA as part of a $17 million renovation project.   eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator (CAR) is a low-cost solution to balancing ventilation systems and eliminating the need for on-site balancing. Installing eFlow-CARs insures automatically balanced airflow, high indoor quality and energy savings. The Tannery is located in the historic Leather City section of Peabody Massachusetts. [...]

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The Haynes House, 735 Shawmut Avenue, Roxbury, MA

Madison Park Development Corporation has commenced $20 million property improvements totaling $20 million at he Haynes House located at 735 Shawmut Avenue, Roxbury, MA. This Project is classified as a moderate rehab residential development that consists of selective renovations throughout.  Haynes House is a seven-story, high-rise building featuring 131 affordable family rental apartments. The affordable housing property consists of one and two-bedroom units and accepts Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers (HCV). The general contractor for this project  is Dellbrook Construction, the architect is Davis [...]

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What is Toilet Plume and how can eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators keep bathrooms from getting people sick ?

What is Toilet Plume? Toilet plume occurs when the force of flushing the toilet sprays microscopic particles into the air. A study conducted by The CDC demonstrated that potentially infectious aerosols may be produced in substantial quantities during flushing. Aerosolization can continue through multiple flushes and may expose subsequent toilet users. Some of the aerosols desiccate to become droplet nuclei and remain adrift in the air currents. Research suggests that toilet plume could play a contributory role in the transmission of [...]

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The Newbury at 250 East 87th Street, New York, NY

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CAR’s) were installed at The Newbury, 250 East 87th Street, NYC. Manually balancing ventilation system is labor intensive and costly. Over ventilation will lead to increased energy cost, while under ventilation will lead to poor indoor air quality. Installing eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators is an economical, efficient, and easy solution to automatically balance ventilation systems, mitigate stack effect, maintain constant airflow, save energy and improve indoor air quality. The Newbury, a 30-story apartment building was an early and important high-rise [...]

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Evergreen Village, 12523 Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana

Evergreen Village located at 12523 Auburn Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators. Evergreen Village is a new affordable assistant living community designed to serve older adults. This multimillion-dollar development, composed of three-story building with studio and one-bedroom apartments, will open in the summer of 2020. eFlow- Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs) are UL Classified devices that automatically adjust to environmental changes in stack pressure and precisely regulate airflow in ventilation systems to specified levels. Installing eFlow-CARs eliminates Stack Effect,  [...]

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The Caravelle, 445 East 86th Street, NYC

eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators were installed at 445 East 86th Street to successfully mitigate the classic Stack Effect experienced by the tenants.  As outside temperatures dropped, the building’s common areas experienced extremely cold temperatures due to cold draughts infiltrating the lower floors, while the top floor’s common areas experienced uncomfortable higher temperatures.  Additionally, cooking odors continuously migrated throughout the building.  These problems were due to the phenomenon known as stack effect, which occurs in buildings when the outside air temperature is significantly [...]

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