JAMES M FRICKER PTY LTD
ABN 32 080 307 348
54 Felix Crescent
Ringwood North, Vic 3134
(Note: fax terminated as email preferred)
|(1) James testing flow vs pressure drop characteristics
of an air-slide fabric used for transporting powders, in the old days in
Let James help you to improve the design of your equipment.
|(2) An air filter loaded with black dust has
white patches where there is no flow (called "blinding").
What is wrong with your air filters? Are they performing? Get James expert advice.
|(3) R&D solved a diffuser problem without
the client having to purchase new diffusers.
Can your product be improved or manufactured more simply?
|(4) The cover of the Loadest air-conditioning
load estimation software developed by James.
Do you want custom engineering software developed by someone who can understand your engineering complexities?
|(5) A screen shot of Solar.exe developed by James.
This program calculates solar radiation properties for Australian conditions
using the latest algorithms from Denis Joseph. Another custom engineering
software solution by James.
If you can provide local solar data, I can modify this program for your country.
|(6) The October 1997 AIRAH Journal which published James' paper on Computational Analysis of Reflective Air Spaces, presented at the 1997 AIRAH Hobart Conference. James, being a CPEng and a M.AIRAH, is well qualified and can perform your insulation system evaluations needed for approval by the Building Control Commission.|
|(7) James is co-author of the AIRAH Application
Manual, DA15, Air Filters, and a member of the Standards Australia ME80
committee on filter test standards.
For your air filtration advice or design. or field testing, consult James Fricker. His FILIP software can optimise filter selection based on life-cycle costing.
Did you know that it is NOT mandatory for all air filters in Australian office buildings to have a minimum 20% initial No.1 dust efficiency? Read AS1668.2-1991 carefully.
||(8) James did fundamental research into building
energy targets and is co-author of "Calculating Energy Targets" published
in the ASHRAE Journal, Vol 29, No.10.
For your research & development needs, consult James Fricker.
||(9) This is a grease removal filter being tested to UL1046 for its ability to stop flame transfer down a kitchen exhaust. This test is available in Australia, done by me, despite rumours to the contrary by some keen to avoid the mandatory test called by BCA and AS1668.2-1991 Clause E7.1.|
||(10) Noise testing a prototype fan-coil unit in a semi-reverberation room. This particular setup shows additional filter media attached to the air inlet to simulate required operating pressure drop, while the actual test being performed is an in-duct discharge noise test with the microphone inside the duct on the left. This was a non-NATA test for preliminary evaluation of a prototype with only a few days turnaround from when the equipment arrived for testing to the final report delivery.|
Please ring, fax or e-mail me to discuss your needs.