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Air & dirt separator up to challenge of hotel’s iron oxide problem

Feb 20, 2010 | Article

From the February 2010 issue of PHC News

In the hotel business the most common guest complaint is over room comfort, specifically air conditioning. Described as being a “killer” in customer satisfaction indexes, this is exactly what happened when the Renaissance Providence Hotel, an upscale brand of the Marriott family of properties, opened its doors in the summer of 2007. Developed and operated by Sage Hospitality of Denver, the hotel has an HVAC system based on the Taco Load- Match®-IEC fan-coil single pipe system. With two Taco circulators per fan coil, there are 544 installed LoadMatch circulators for the hotel’s 272 rooms…MORE

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