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Author: Ed Janowiak

Ed Janowiak is Manager of HVAC Design Education at ACCA. He can be reached at ed.janowiak@acca.org.

Managing Expectations: Set the Table

Managing expectations is a big part of making customers happy. When it comes to an HVAC system conditioning a home, taking the time to prep end–users can go a long way. The paragraph […]

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Economic Balance Point

Now that Fall is here, it is the perfect time to discuss heat pump balance points. From thermal to economic, ACCA’s Ed Janowiak explains all you need to know about balance points.

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Do You Measure Airflow?

What is acceptable airflow? ACCA’s Ed Janowiak explains the importance of measuring airflow and shares tips on how to do so easily. Continue reading to learn more.

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When Is 400 CFM per Ton Proper Airflow?

Have you ever had the desire to describe yourself or anything you do as less than ideal? Yeah, neither has Ed Janowiak, ACCA Manager of HVAC Design Education. In this article, he explores another rule of thumb, this time focusing on airflow. 

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Rules of thumb, friend, or foe?

ACCA’s Manager of HVAC Design, Ed Janowiak, explains that if he’s going to use a rule of thumb, it has to be one that is based on math, not something that is made up or convenient. Continue reading to learn more.

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The S doesn’t stand for secret

Have you ever caught yourself pondering, “would a different indoor coil help with dehumidification,” or, “how does airflow affect efficiency?” The capacities and efficiencies that our equipment operates at can be manipulated in multiple ways. Understanding the fundamentals of how equipment functions and where to obtain this information can eliminate potential problems before they can even start.

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