Sustainable buildings are designed to be environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout their lifecycle. For sustaining long-term usefulness, Therma-Fuser™ Systems are modular and adaptable to layout and programming changes, while influencing up to 21 LEED® credits.
Personal comfort is attainable. Each Therma-Fuser™ VAV diffuser acts as an individual VAV zone of control, providing temperature settings, maintained within 1½°F/0.9°C. No dumping, constant discharge velocity, higher throws, better room air movement, and uniform temperature distribution, define an optimized environment.
As U.S. Green Building Council members, Acutherm is proud to produce low pressure, energy-efficient, VAV diffuser systems that prevent overcooling and overheating – resulting in 10%-47% energy savings, when compared to other HVAC Systems.
Unlike a fixed-grill diffuser, a Therma-Fuser™ diffuser is a self-contained zone of control with built-in thermostat and VAV mechanisms. The Therma-Fuser™ Systems are accessible from the room-side, unlike other devices, which require above-ceiling access for ongoing maintenance and calibration. Both on a first installed cost and ongoing operational basis, the Therma-Fuser™ System is the most economical way to improve comfort and energy savings.
Located in one of the greatest entrepreneurial centers in the world, Stanford Research Park, it was essential for the building design to elevate the bar: sustainably, innovatively, and technologically. Hanover Page Mill Associates selected a team of the world’s most innovative thought leaders to deliver […]
Stanford Hospital & Clinics are known worldwide for advanced patient care provided by its physicians and staff. Every year, U.S. News & World Report identifies the top hospitals in 16 specialties in the United States; Stanford Hospital & Clinics are recognized as one of “America’s […]
Acutherm has enjoyed a long and successful relationship with the largest airport facility in Australia, supplying Therma-Fuser™ VAV modules throughout the facility’s ongoing growth and refurbishment phases. The latest stage incorporated special mounting frames and a satin black color scheme to compliment the vision and design […]
Cisco’s Bangalore campus is a 2.1 million square foot campus on the Outer Ring Road in Bangalore. The B-16 building has over 1,500 interoperable Therma-Fuser™ VAV units installed, utilizing square, round, and linear models.
Thursday, June 21 10:30-11:00am PDT In this 30-minute presentation we’ll be introducing Acutherm’s Therma-Fuser™ diffuser system. Learn how the technology works to deliver superior occupant comfort, greater operational efficiency, and a lower first installation cost. Audience questions will be answered throughout the presentation.
Thursday, July 19 10:30-11:00am PDT Modeling and verifying the energy savings of Acutherm Therma-Fuser™ systems has never been easier. Acutherm products are now integrated into Energy Pro building modeling software. In this 30-minute presentation we’ll go through 6 quick steps to capture the energy savings […]
Thursday, August 16 10:30-11:00am PDT Take a deeper dive into the design of Acutherm Therma-Fuser systems as we look at plan drawings and system approaches behind several real-world examples. This 30-minute presentation is ideal for those already familiar with the mechanics and benefits of VAV diffusers […]
Thursday, September 20 10:30-11:00am PDT Listen in as we walk through the LEED v.4 scorecard, discussing which LEED scoring categories can be influenced by Acutherm Therma-Fuser™ systems and why. We will also perform a comparison between LEED v.3 and v.4. Audience questions will be addressed […]
[Robins Air Force Base, 78th Air Base Wing (AFMC)] The result: constant and even temperature control. The minimal moving parts have no maintenance or lubrication requirements. In contrast to the VAV boxes, the Therma-Fuser controls are built-in, simple, easily understood and accessible below the ceiling…
Roger D. Knight, Chief, HVAC Shop
Department of the Air Force, Robins Air Force Base
[StopWaste] The HVAC system is less expensive yet much more efficient than a conventional system. Examples like this make it much easier to promote green building.
[HUB Building 5305, Miramar MCAS] Acutherm virtually eliminated temperature complaints (from 25-30 per month to 1 in the past 14 months)…Base leadership are exceedingly pleased. Time and money are being saved, the building environment is comfortable…
Michael Eggen, Task Order Manager
Chugach Government Services, Inc.
[Landon Woods, Plymouth State University] Langdon Woods is the foundation of a comprehensive environmental awareness program the university is incorporating into all of its campus planning.
William Crangle, Vice President of Financial Affairs
Plymouth State University
[Robins Air Force Base, 78th Air Base Wing (AFMC)] Therma-Fusers were installed in building 799 (NCO Academy) ten years ago and the HVAC shop has yet to receive a service call to repair them. They are also located throughout the new JRRockers at the Enlisted club, and are providing excellent temperature control.
Michael D. Norrie, Col, USAF Commander, Base Civil Engineer
Department of the Air Force, Robins Air Force Base
[Kaiser Geary MOB] Complaints from building occupants have been significantly lower than other similar facilities without individual room control.
Jeffrey Blaevoet, P.E., Engineer of Record
Guttmann & Blaevoet Consulting Engineers
[Navy HR Building] Great professional people with an ingenuity to solve real HVAC problems for our clients.
Brent Walley, Mechanical Service
[1400 Page Mill] is at the forefront of innovative and sustainable building styles, re-setting expectations for dramatic improvements in tenant comfort and productivity.