LFD - Laminar Flow Diffuser
Price LFD laminar flow diffusers are engineered to provide a uniform, unidirectional, vertical projection
of supply air at a controlled, low velocity. The laminar flow diffuser utilizes an internal engineered
equalization baffle, resulting in a dual chamber design that introduces clean supply air to the space
with minimal entrainment of room air because of the low, controlled discharge velocity.
The Price LFD is available in multiple sizes (including metric), in aluminum, stainless steel, steel,
and hybrid construction. Many standard and optional features make the LFD a the most versatile
laminar flow diffuser on the market.
Every project is unique and can offer its own unique set of challenges.
Price is working on some of the most exciting and technologically advanced hospital systems in the world. Our case studies area is a great way to see what we’ve been up to and learn how Price is providing hospital solutions that will better our healthcare environment.
Saint Francis Hospital & Medical Center
Critical Environments / Grilles Registers & Diffusers
Mechanical Engineer: TRO Jung
Banner Health Center Maricopa
Critical Environments / Displacement Ventilation
Project Job List
A project’s success rarely comes in a straight line and there is no substitute for experience. At Price, our experience fuels our single-minded focus towards achieving success for our customers.
Los Angeles, CA
Price Rep: NSW/Airelink
Centro Médico Zambrano Hellion
Nuevo León, Mexico
Price Rep: Sistemas Hidronicos Delno
Price Rep: CORS Air
Foothills Medical Center
Price Rep: E.H. Price Sales - Calgary
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare
St. Paul, MN
Price Rep: TMS Johnson, Inc.
IU School of Medicine - Wells Research Center
Architect: BSA LifeStructures
Engineer: Fink Roberts & Petrie, Inc
Memorial Hospital CAMC
Architect: BSA Lifestructures
Engineer: BSA Lifestructures
Methodist West Houston Hospital
Price Rep: H D Grant Co., Inc.
Mercy Rehabilitation Hospital
Oklahoma City, OK
Architect: ESA Architects
Engineer: Phoenix Design Group
MIT Koch Center for Integrative Cancer Research
Engineer: BR+A Consulting Engineers
Orlando Regional Medical Center
Engineer: Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.
General Contractor: Brasfield & Gorrie
Mechanical Subcontractor: Harper Limbach
Peace Arch Hospital
White Rock, British Columbia
Price Rep: E.H. Price Sales - Burnaby
Rush Medical Center
Price Rep: Brucker Company
Sanford Heart Hospital
Sioux Fall, SD
Price Rep: Climate Systems
Sheikh Khalifa Specialist Hospital
Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
Price Rep: Morex Inc.
St. John Hospital & Medical Center
Price Rep: Michigan Air Products
St. Michaels’s Hospital
Price Rep: E.H. Price - Toronto
Texas Children’s Hospital
Price Rep: H D Grant Co., Inc
UIHC - CVICU Renovation and Expansion - Burn Unit Ceiling Replacement
Iowa CIty, IA
Architect: Heery Design
Engineer: Modus Engineering
Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center
North Las Vegas, NV
Price Rep: Norman Wright Mechanical Equipment
Price has an extensive collection of training tools for you to explore. Earn PDH credits by watching one of our webinars. Get in-person training, request a lunch and learn for your office or attend a class led by one of Price’s highly qualified HVAC professionals.
Title: Healthcare & Laboratory Valve and Control Solutions
Engineer Focused Webinar
Date: December 2013
Title: Operating Room Ceiling Systems
Architect Focused Webinar
Date: August 2013
Healthcare & Laboratory Valve and Control Solutions
As healthcare and laboratory facilities transition to VAV control solutions in search of improved efficiency and energy savings, a number of considerations need to be taken into account to ensure safety in these applications is not compromised. View this webinar and take a closer look at the valves and controls solutions that can facilitate the energy performance needs of owners without sacrificing the safety of occupants.
This webinar includes:
- Valve considerations
- Room pressure sensors/monitors
- Room pressure control solutions
- Valve considerations
- Fume hood containment
- Modules and zoning
- Networking considerations
If you have any questions please contact your local representative