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Using integrated design to achieve net-zero
Using integrated design to achieve net-zero

Integrated design practices allow a middle school to achieve net-zero energy.Read More

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Using BAS for M&V
Using BAS for M&V

Without knowing the performance metrics of a building, measuring the success of the engineered systems is limited. Engineers should know the process for using BAS for measurement and verification... Read More

Engineering in K-12 schools
Engineering in K-12 schools

Engineers offer practical advice and best practices on how to design HVAC, electrical, lighting, and fire protection systems in K-12 schools.Read More

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The costs and risks of damper-based controls in kitchen ventilation
The costs and risks of damper-based controls in kitchen ventilation

Engineers must think in terms of total safety and optimal energy efficiency when designing kitchen ventilation systems of the future.Read More

Integration: The future of data centers
Integration: The future of data centers

At the NEBB Annual Conference, two data center experts pointed to integration as the key to success in data center design and commissioning.Read More

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LED downlight for commercial applications
LED downlight for commercial applications

The LRD3 is a Retrofit Downlight Luminaire (LRD) and is designed for recessed lighting upgrades in... Read More

Energy management motor starter
Energy management motor starter

The Model MSEM energy management motor starter can be adapted to an individual user’s needs and is... Read More

Paralleling system based on transfer switchgear
Paralleling system based on transfer switchgear

The ASCO Series 336 combines switchgear components, a closed transition transfer switch mechanism,... Read More

Unit heater for commercial applications
Unit heater for commercial applications

Expanse unit heater comes with tubular heat exchanger that is suitable for commercial real estate,... Read More

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