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Mestek Overview. Founded in Westfield, MA in 1946 as Sterling Radiator by John E. Reed 4 employees in a rented garage Produced only hydronic finned-tube heating element. Mestek Overview.

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Mestek Overview
  • Founded in Westfield, MAin 1946 as Sterling Radiator byJohn E. Reed
  • 4 employees in a rented garage
  • Produced only hydronic finned-tube heating element
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Mestek Overview
  • Remaining private, became Reed National in 1960’s reflecting its growth beyond finned-tube radiation
  • Though a reverse merger with Mestek, became a NYSE-listed public company in the mid-1980’s
  • In 2006, Mestek went “private”
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Mestek Overview
  • Manufacturer of products for –

HVAC

Architectural

Metal Forming

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Mestek Overview
  • Manufacturer of products for - - HVAC- Architectural- Metal Forming
  • Headquartered in Westfield, MA
  • Over $300 million in sales
  • 15+ manufacturing locations throughout US,1 in Canada and 1 in China
  • ≈ 2000 Employees
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Mestek Overview

The emphasis for these companies is in providing products and solutionsthat beautify and improve the performance of buildings through

Intelligent EnvelopesTM

mestek hvac and architectural buying influences
Mestek OverviewMestek HVAC and Architectural Buying Influences

INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION AND CODE WRITING ASSOCIATIONS

BUILDING OWNERS

GREENCONSULTANTS

FAÇADECONSULTANTS

ARCHITECTS

MECHANICALENGINEERS

Intelligent Envelopes™

mestek hvac and architectural buying customers
Mestek OverviewMestek HVAC and Architectural Buying Customers

MECHANICALAND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS

HVAC DISTRIBUTORS

PLUMBING/HEATING WHOLESALERS

DOORDISTRIBUTORS

GENERAL, GLAZING, CURTAIN WALL AND ROOFINGCONTRACTORS

OEMS

1200+ Independent Rep Agencies

Intelligent Envelopes™

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A Little History/Background
  • Pre-Arab Oil Embargo in the 70’s – No Energy Standards
  • Post Embargo 1975 - ASHRAE 90.1 – Adopted as Code by Governments and Code-writing Bodies
  • Two methods of compliance –- Prescriptive requirements- Alternative energy modeling
  • ASHRAE 90.1 evolved/strengthened over the years

Intelligent Envelopes™

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Current Market Drivers
  • Federal Energy Act (as amended in 2007) - All federal buildings must be 30% more efficient than ASHRAE 90.1
  • ASHRAE 189.1 (2010) High Performance ”Green” Commercial Building Design - about 30% more efficient than ASHRAE 90.1
  • USGBC LEED

Certified Silver Gold Platinum 40-49 pts. 50-59 pts. 60-79 pts. 80-100 pts.

Intelligent Envelopes™

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Current Market Drivers

LEED NC - EA Credit 1

EA Credit 1: Optimize Energy performance - 1–19 points

Intent

To achieve increasing levels of energy performance beyond the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with excessive energy use.

Requirements

Option 1. Whole Building Energy Simulation (1–19 points)

Demonstrate a percentage improvement in the proposed building performance rating compared with the baseline building performance rating. Calculate the baseline building performance according to Appendix G of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90 .1-2007 (with errata but without addenda1) using a computer simulationmodel for the whole building project.

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Current Market Drivers

Intelligent Envelopes™

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Primary Factors Driving a Building’s Energy Consumption
  • Location/climate
  • Size, Shape and Orientation
  • Utilization (People/activities and equipment/light loads)
  • Building Envelope

Intelligent Envelopes™

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Office Building Average Energy Use

Source: DOE

Office Equipment (Plug) + Water Heating (Plug) + Other (Plug) = 36%

Space Heating (Envelope) + Lighting (Envelope) + Space Cooling (Envelope) = 64%

Intelligent Envelopes™

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Space Heating Load Components
  • Ventilation
  • Transmission- Exterior walls, doors and windows - Interior walls, floors and ceilings adjacent to unconditioned spaces (walls, roofs, ceilings, floors)
  • Infiltration

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Space Cooling Load Components
  • Internal - People- Equipment- Lights
  • Ventilation
  • Transmission- Exterior walls, doors and windows - Interior walls, floors and ceilings adjacent to unconditioned spaces (walls, roofs, ceilings, floors)
  • Solar- Windows- Doors- Skylights
  • Infiltration

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topics building systems of interest
Net Zero Buildings AIA 2030 Initiative

Topics/Building Systems of Interest

Source: Construction Business Media

Intelligent Envelopes™

topics building systems of interest1
Net Zero Buildings AIA 2030 Initiative

Topics/Building Systems of Interest

Source: Construction Business Media

Intelligent Envelopes™

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The emphasis for these companies is in providing products and solutionsthat beautify and improve the performance of buildings through

Intelligent EnvelopesTM

Intelligent Envelopes™

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