HVAC - Heating and Ventilation

Using performance-based design for DOAS

Performance-based design influences the specification of dedicated outside air systems (DOAS)... » more

Analyzing data centers: fire/life safety and HVAC

Data is the lifeblood of any business or organization—which makes a data center a facility’s... » more

Using BIM for project coordination

BIM is used frequently when working across multiple disciplines, which can prevent clashes across... » more

HVAC, BAS in industrial facilities

Fifty-seven percent of respondents to the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 HVAC and Building... » more

2017 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote for this year's best products

Who will win gold in 2017? Consulting-Specifying Engineer announces the finalists for this year's... » more

Air handling unit

V3 Series air handling units with energy-recovery wheels are available from 450 to 10,000 cfm and... » more

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Ceiling exhaust fans

The SP-VG models feature EC motor technology. This technology allows for increased energy savings and more air control options.

Precipitator control system

HEI Wet Electronic Precipitator System incorporates a unique discharge electrode technology that can be sized to specific applications. » more

Three-setting ECM circulator

Taco's 0015e3 circulator is ideal for hydronic systems zoned with circulators or zone valves. » more

Plug fans for unhoused configuration

Hartzell Air Movement's Series 12 Plug Fans use the Hartzell PL type wheel. » more

Laboratory exhaust fan line

Greenheck’s Vektor line of laboratory exhaust systems now offers a direct drive arrangement. » more

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2012 HVAC Research Study

HVAC, BAS in industrial facilities

Fifty-seven percent of respondents to the Consulting-Specifying... » more

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Cannon Design Blog

CityLab profiles Malcolm X College teaching hospital

Malcolm X College has invested in new... » more

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Poll of the Week

At what level are you involved in specifying Internet of Things (IoT) products and systems?
Very high level, it is part of my regular specifications
High level, though not in every project
High level, though only for certain clients or projects
Low level, it is rarely requested in specifications
Low level, clients know little or nothing about it
What is Internet of Things (IoT)?


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