About the Company
EPA’s National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory (NVFEL) is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It is part of EPA’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ). Since its founding, NVFEL has been at the forefront of developing clean automotive technology and designing programs to reduce and prevent air pollution. NVFEL is a state of the art test facility that provides a wide array of dynamometer and analytical testing and engineering services for EPA’s motor vehicle, heavy-duty engine, and non-road engine programs.
“We needed a solution to prevent major temperature swings that we had in one of our work spaces. The area was always about 4-10 degrees hotter in the
summer and 6-12 degrees colder during winter than the adjacent work areas.”
“Since installing the AirVolution-D, comfort levels in the work area for our employees has improved their morale. And now our HVAC units do not have to run as long to maintain a consistent temperature in the area. The workspace temperature is now stabilized within 2-3 degrees of the surrounding areas during the seasons.”
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