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Nortec

2740 Fenton Road
Ottawa, Ontario K1T 3T7
Phone: 1.866.NORTEC.1
Website: http://www.humidity.com

Nortec is a leading manufacturer of industrial and commercial humidifiers and evaporative cooling products.

ASHRAE Recommendations Pose Cost Savings for Data Centers

ASHRAE Recommendations Pose Cost Savings for Data Centers

​The latest recommendations for data center air quality conditions mean that an increased number of companies in varying climates can now take advantage of the free air cooling offered through adiabatic humidification, improving energy efficiency and facility operation costs. Since…

Boosting Office Health and Productivity in the New Year

Boosting Office Health and Productivity in the New Year

​Nortec urges the importance of workplaces and industrial facilities maintaining proper indoor humidity over the cold winter months. As heating systems are engaged, the indoor air environment rapidly becomes drier, with relative humidity levels dropping as low as 20%, posing…

12 Trends Shaping the Future of Life Sciences Facility Management

12 Trends Shaping the Future of Life Sciences Facility Management

​Nortec is pleased to release its latest whitepaper, “12 Key Trends Shaping the Future of Life Sciences Facility Management.” This whitepaper highlights three main areas of concern for the future of the life sciences industry: health and hygiene, operations and…

Adiabatic Humidification Systems Approved in Healthcare Facilities

Adiabatic Humidification Systems Approved in Healthcare Facilities

 The use of adiabatic humidification systems in hospitals and medical facilities was approved in a recent update to ASHRAE Standard 170, a standard that addresses the ventilation requirements of healthcare facilities. Nortec reports that this provision for the use of adiabatic humidification…

Dry Indoor Environments Increase Risk of Infection

Dry Indoor Environments Increase Risk of Infection

As the cold winter months approach, many are unaware that their dry indoor environments and low indoor air humidity levels are actually promoting the spread of pathogens including flu and cold viruses. As office buildings, public spaces and homes crank…

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