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Conserving, tracking commercial buildings’ water use
Conserving, tracking commercial buildings’ water use

The immediate interest in a building’s energy efficiency typically focuses on heating and cooling systems, and with conserving nonrenewable resources like power and gas. Throughout the world, however, there is increased pressure to track and conserve water in nonresidential buildings.Read More

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Saving energy on heating, cooling loads
Saving energy on heating, cooling loads

Part 2 of this 3-part series provides details on how to specify energy-efficient heating and cooling systems. Read More

Your questions answered: Evaluating variable speed packaged pumping systems
Your questions answered: Evaluating variable speed packaged pumping systems

Consulting engineers learned to evaluate and specify variable speed package pumping systems for various nonresidential building applications. Additional information is provided in this Q&A with the... Read More

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The AquaEdgeTM chiller with Greenspeed® intelligence from Carrier is engineered to thrive in situations other chillers can’t survive. With surge-free performance, variable-speed and a unique compressor design that minimizes the need for scheduled maintenance. Learn more.
Case study: Zero-net energy transit center
Case study: Zero-net energy transit center

The John W. Olver Transit Center zero-net energy (ZNE) project is a high-performance building designed with reduced energy loads, passive design strategies, maximized efficiency of mechanical and... Read More

Engineering on an international scale
Engineering on an international scale

Working on projects clear across the globe may introduce more obstacles to overcome than mere distance and language barriers—each locale comes with its own codes, climate conditions, and unique... Read More

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An Industry First: Uponor PEX Pipe and ProPEX Fittings up to 3"
A first in the industry, Uponor’s 2½" and 3" PEX pipe and ProPEX® fittings are revolutionizing the way commercial plumbing and hydronic piping systems are being specified, designed and installed. Learn more.
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WEBCAST: The Benefits and Design Strategies of Custom Packaged Pump Systems and Mechanical Rooms
Learn about the benefits of and design strategies associated with custom pump skids and packaged mechanical rooms. Basic pump packaged systems include pumps, variable frequency drives, mechanical accessories, and pipework on a common structural basis, complete with controls and testing. More integrated systems can expand to include other HVAC service devices such as heat exchangers, tanks, and other accessories.

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Oil-free compressor for full and part load
Oil-free compressor for full and part load

The commercial refrigerant compressors are designed for water-cooled chiller applications.Read More

Free application suite for engineers
Free application suite for engineers

The eCAPS Engineer Application Suite from Greenheck has expanded to include fans and louvers. Read More

Self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle
Self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle

The Jetstream RotoMag X22 2D is a self-powered rotary pipe cleaning nozzle designed for vessel and... Read More

Heat pump with single-zone VAV technology
Heat pump with single-zone VAV technology

The K-Series heat pump model is designed for high-efficiency design builds, and aiding in... Read More

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Professional development quick-cast
Attend this Career Smart quick-cast on how to thrive in the “nontraditional” engineering work world. Spend 30 minutes learning about the rapidly changing picture of how engineering work is and will be done. Register for this Aug. 21 webcast.