Publications

 

Publications by Trent Technologies

Trent, W. (2015, December 21). HVAC Drain Issues: Cost and Health Issues Acrobat(3.7MB), Air Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration News, 17-18.

Trent, W. & Trent, P. (2010). Beautiful School Buildings are Seldom Healthy and Sustainable Acrobat(755KB), White Paper

Trent, W. & Trent, P. (2010). Commercial and Public Buildings are Seldom Healthy and Sustainable Acrobat(848KB), White Paper

Trent, W., Trent, C. & Hewitt, H. (2004). Legionnaires' Disease: Philadelphia Revisited Acrobat(2.38MB), Rosaler, R. HVAC Handbook, 18.8.11.5 - 18.8.11.7.

Trent, W., Trent, C. & Hewitt, H. (2004). Condensate Control. Rosaler Acrobat(14.7MB), Rosaler, R.(2004). HVAC Handbook, 18.201-18.251.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (2000, November). New Drain Seal Replaces The P-Trap Acrobat(915KB). Facilities Design and Management, 46-48.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (2000, May 29). Dry Trap Syndrome: A Cooling Startup Pitfall Air Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration News, 12-13.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1998 March 23). Maintain condensate control for healthier HVAC. Air Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration News, 3-8.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1998). Condensate control. In Rosaler, N. (1998). HVAC Maintenance and Operations Handbook, 625-656. 

Trent, W., Trent, C. & Hewitt, H. (1998). Condensate control. In Grimm, N. & Rosaler, R.(1998). HVAC Systems and Components Handbook ,2.3.1-2.3.6.3.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, December). Condensate drain lines. Engineered Systems, 40-42.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, November). Position of fan (blower) in air handler. Engineered Systems, 52-56.

Trent, W. & Trent, C (1997, October). Humidity, temperature in air supply ducts. Engineered Systems, 50-54.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, September). Seal it with more than a kiss. Engineered Systems, 52-58.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, August). The lowdown on drain pans. Engineered Systems, 42-46.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, July). Condensate control. Engineered Systems, 40-44.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1997, April 28). The troublesome condensate trap: The rest of the story. Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration News, 10.

Trent, C. & Trent, W. (1996, August). Designing clean air. Health Facilities Management, 40-44.

Trent, C. (1996, February 19). You are your company’s image. Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration News, 97.

Trent, C. & Trent, W. (1996, February). Breathing Easier: Acrobat(1.45MB) HVAC specifications for schools. School Business Affairs. 21-23.

Trent, C. & Trent, W. (1996, January). Guidelines for building owners and managers in specifying HVAC systems. Skylines, 20-21.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1995, September 18). Exploring causes and cures for wet, contaminated systems. Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration News, 16.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1995, August). Considerations in designing drier, cleaner HVAC systems. Engineered Systems, 38-48.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1994, October) Indoor air quality and the condensate trap. Mid-Atlantic HVAC/R News, 9B,16B.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1994, August). Condensate traps and indoor air quality. Air Conditioning Today, 1,4,8.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1994, July). Indoor air quality and the condensate trap. Today’s Air Conditioning, 27-29.

Trent, W. & Trent, C. (1994, May). "Indoor air quality and the condensate trap. Paper presented at the Ninth Symposium on Improving Building Systems in Hot and Humid Climates. Arlington, Texas.

Trent, W. (1994, February 21). The condensate trap: A costly failure. Acrobat(1.89MB) Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration News, 3-6.

Trent, W. (1992, October 19). IAQ and HVAC: some major problems and a practical solution. Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration News, 3-8.