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CHW system design
CHW system design

Chilled water (CHW) systems are cooling systems that circulate CHW throughout a building for cooling and dehumidifying a building’s air. They come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations. Read More

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Increasing transformer efficiency
Increasing transformer efficiency

Transformers are fundamental components in electrical distribution systems for commercial buildings.Read More

Leveraging the BAS
Leveraging the BAS

By using the building automation system (BAS) to its fullest extent, a school district was able to control its HVAC, electrical, and lighting systems.Read More

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Technique-based commissioning testing to optimize vs. oversize mission-critical system design
Technique-based commissioning testing to optimize vs. oversize mission-critical system design

The commissioning and testing phase of mission-critical electrical and mechanical systems project for a facility can be an opportunity to optimize the facility design in both cap-ex and op-ex. To... Read More

Preventing wet stacking
Preventing wet stacking

Prevention of wet stacking drives many of the details of generator testing requirements.Read More

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Critical Power: Data center electrical efficiency
Designing efficient data centers is a high priority for consulting engineers. From business operations and continuity to the growing use of cloud services to the Internet of Things, increased Internet demand is putting a strain on server capacity and energy use. New cloud-based data centers can mean higher densities and high load factors as well as a higher demand for reliability, which increases the importance of electrical system loading to achieve optimum efficiency. Engineers must balance power usage effectiveness (PUE) and electrical efficiency with reliability when designing data center electrical systems.

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Pump-less volute kits
Pump-less volute kits

The kits are suitable for both hydronic fluid and potable water applications. Read More

Portable fan
Portable fan

Designed with versatility in mind, the frame fits through standard interior doorways and plugs into... Read More

Mining vacuum circuit breaker
Mining vacuum circuit breaker

The mining vacuum circuit breaker provides safety and equipment protection in mining and metal... Read More

Remote-connectivity platforms for boilers
Remote-connectivity platforms for boilers

The remote-connectivity platform allows most smart devices to be linked with compatible smart... Read More

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