DAVIS ENERGY GROUP, INC.
|DAVIS ENERGY GROUP, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20110247694||DIVERSION DAMPER - A device is provided for managing air flow in an air handling system. The device has a first movable air deflector and a separate second movable air deflector, each of which are movable between a first position and a second position. A linkage assembly is provided connecting the first movable air deflector and the second movable air deflector. The linkage assembly has a single actuator and is further configured to cooperatively move the first movable air deflector and the second movable air deflector between the respective first position and the second position for each of the first movable air deflector and the second movable air deflector, and to apply a sealing pressure to establish a substantially airtight seal around the each of the first movable air deflector and the second movable air deflector in the first position, around the first air flow deflector in the second position.||10-13-2011|
|20090277193||Integrated dehumidification system - A dynamic system controls indoor relative humidity and temperature to achieve specified conditions by applying multiple stages of dehumidification. In addition to a stage that increases dehumidification by reducing the speed of the indoor blower, the system uses a reheat coil and multiple valves that allow the reheat coil to function as either a subcooling coil or a partial condenser. Thus the system can maintain specified indoor temperature and humidity conditions even at times when no heating or cooling is needed. The system may have an outdoor condensing unit including a compressor and a condenser operably connected via refrigerant lines to an indoor unit to form a “split system” refrigerant loop.||11-12-2009|
|20090126913||Vertical counterflow evaporative cooler - An evaporative plate-type heat exchanger is provided having a plurality of alternating first plates and second plates positioned in side-by side relationship to form a top surface, a bottom surface, a front surface and a rear surface. The first and second plates form a plurality of dry air flow passages, between first faces of the first plates and first faces of adjacent second plates, that are in communication with dry air flow inlet openings and dry air flow outlet openings formed in the front surface. The first and second plates form a plurality of dry air flow passages, between second faces of the first plates and second faces of adjacent second plates, that are in communication with wet air flow inlet openings formed in the bottom surface and with wet air flow outlet openings formed in the rear surface. A method of forming the plate-type heat exchanger includes forming alternating first plates and second plates in a continuous sheet, and folding the continuous sheet in a fan fold arrangement.||05-21-2009|
Patent applications by DAVIS ENERGY GROUP, INC.