NC State University Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope Lab
Raleigh, North Carolina
NC State University’s new, $3 million, Aberration-Corrected Scanning Transmission Electron Microscope (AC-STEM) required a environment with strict conditions concerning air temperature and velocity. Edmondson team member, Tripp Martin proposed the use of wall-mounted, radiant panels which allows precise control of the room’s temperature. When combined with a single displacement diffuser, the radiant panels were able to keep the facility regulated temperature with little to no air movement. Edmondson Engineers worked with Price Technical Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
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