2019 Edition of AMCA inmotion Magazine Is Here
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., Aug. 29, 2019—Distribution of the 2019 edition of Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International’s award-winning magazine, AMCA inmotion, is under way.
Published and distributed in partnership with ASHRAE Journal and High Performing Buildings (HPB) magazine, the 2019 edition of AMCA inmotion is being polybagged and mailed with the September 2019 issue of ASHRAE Journal starting today, going to building-system-design and industrial-processes professionals in North America and the Middle East. Starting Sept. 9, it will be polybagged and mailed with the Fall 2019 issue of HPB, reaching architects, building owners, facility managers, and engineers who do not receive ASHRAE Journal. In all, 53,000 physical copies of the 2019 edition of AMCA inmotion will be mailed. Additionally, the 2019 edition of AMCA inmotion will be e-mailed to more than 55,000 ASHRAE Journal subscribers and 60,000 HPB subscribers, available for free downloading at amca.org and ashrae.org, and distributed at the 2020 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Orlando, Fla., in February.
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Edited by AMCA Manager of Industry Content Scott Arnold, the 2019 edition of AMCA inmotion includes five feature articles:
- “Applying Fan Energy Index in Variable-Air-Volume Systems” by Ronald Wroblewski, PE, Productive Energy Solutions LLC; Jeff Boldt, PE, HBDP, LEED AP, FASHRAE, FPE, IMEG Corp.; and Michael Ivanovich, AMCA International.
- “Remote Periodic Testing of Life-Safety Dampers” by the AMCA Fire and Smoke Damper Subcommittee.
- “Air Curtains: A Proven Energy-Saving Alternative” by David Johnson, AMCA Air Curtain Engineering Committee, with contributions from Frank R. Cuaderno and Brian Jones, AMCA Air Curtain Engineering Committee.
- “Air-Distribution Design for Comfort in High-Performance Air Systems” by Dan Int-Hout, AMCA High Performance Air Systems Committee, with full-page sidebar, “High-Performance Air Systems vs. Other System Types,” by Gus Faris, AMCA High Performance Air Systems Committee.
- “Improving Building Resilience With Severe-Duty Louvers” by James K. Smardo and Doug Petty, AMCA Louver Marketing Task Force, and Scott Arnold, AMCA International.
Additionally, the issue includes AMCA Middle East (“Green Building Takes Root in the Desert”), Europe (“HVAC in the EU Post-Parliamentary Election 2019”), and Asia (“According to Plan: Innovation-Driven Development in China”) updates.
AMCA wishes to thank the following for their support of the 2019 edition of AMCA inmotion: Greenheck, Loren Cook Co., Aironn, ebm-papst, Nailor Industries Inc., New York Blower, Pottorff, Ruskin, Systemair, Berner International, Foam Supplies Inc., and Mars Air Systems.
In March, the 2018 edition of AMCA inmotion won the award for Annual Publication or Brochure and received an honorable mention in the category of External Publication or Report (online or print) in PR News' 2019 CSR & Nonprofit Awards. In July, it was announced as a finalist for the PR News Platinum PR Award for External Publication, which will be presented Sept. 17 at a gala in New York City.
For more information about AMCA inmotion, contact Scott Arnold at email@example.com or +1 847-704-6335.
About AMCA International
Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International Inc. is a not-for-profit association of manufacturers of fans, dampers, louvers, air curtains, and other air-system components for commercial HVAC, industrial-process, and power-generation applications. With programs such as certified ratings, laboratory accreditation, verification of compliance, and international-standards development, its mission is to advance the knowledge of air systems and uphold industry integrity on behalf of AMCA members worldwide. For more information about AMCA, visit www.amca.org.
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