Tuesday, April 2, 2013
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Boilers: Types, applications, and efficiencies
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Engineers should understand which boiler is appropriate for the application, and then know how to maximize its use.Read More

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Open systems: The foundation for a new era of BAS
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As system integration strategies become more complex, the need for improved building automation system specifications becomes evident.Read More

Educational experience: HVAC systems and energy efficiency in K-12 schools
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Engineering work on K-12 schools is complex—and not just because of dwindling school budgets. The facilities must meet a broad range of exacting standards coming from officials and state regulatory... Read More

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Building envelope: Testing and commissioning best practices
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Due to the increased interest in high-performance buildings, more attention is being paid to how envelope assemblies affect interior comfort and energy performance.Read More

Preserving your firm’s tribal knowledge
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Succession planning is key to ensuring your firm’s future success.Read More

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Identifying NEC requirements for selective coordination and its effects from energy-based circuit breaker tripping
A properly engineered system delivers high levels of selective coordination to allow localization of a fault at the branch level, leaving the remainder of the system undisturbed and preserving continuity of service. Optimizing trip functions can affect these critical systems.

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Motor control center
Motor control center

The Freedom Arc-Resistant Motor Control Center (MCC) is designed to contain arc blast energy should... Read More

LED modules and recessed lights
LED modules and recessed lights

The P-Series of LED modules and recessed lights are Energy Star rated and designed for light... Read More

LED lamps with retrofit options
LED lamps with retrofit options

The Ultra HE T8 LED lamps are designed to reduce energy consumption and has a dedicated external... Read More

Aspirating smoke detector
Aspirating smoke detector

The FAAST aspirating smoke detector are designed and certified for use in hazardous environments.Read More

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