Acutherm Integrates VAV Diffusers Using BACnet

Acutherm Therma-Fuser™ VAV Diffuser System, recently joined and integrated their products BACnet International.

Acutherm, a manufacturer of components for heating and air conditioning systems, recently joined as part of their work in integrating one of their signature products. “Acutherm’s Therma-Fuser™ VAV System is designed to work cooperatively with a wide range of Building Automation System options,” stated Robert Kline LEED AP BD+C, Engineering Manager at Acutherm. “The association with BACnet International and the resources it has to offer, such as the BACnet Test Lab, is an important element for integrating our VAV Diffusers with other building components.”

As a silver member, Acutherm joins over 80 of the leading building automation vendors in the world in pursuing advancement of this communication protocol.

“Acutherm’s work in ensuring their products integrate using BACnet is a valued initiative,” stated Andy McMillan, President of BACnet International and Philips Teletrol. “Their participation in BACnet International helps facilitate successful implementation of the BACnet Standard.”

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About Acutherm

Acutherm manufactures components for heating and air conditioning systems that make commercial buildings more comfortable, save energy, offer sustainability and can also reduce total installed costs. Our components are called Therma-FuserTM variable air volume (VAV) diffusers. They are used in VAV air conditioning systems which, instead of varying the temperature of the cooling air, vary the amount of the cooling air to maintain even room temperatures.

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