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Is a modular data center the right option?
Is a modular data center the right option?

Modular data centers can meet the needs of building owners that need a flexible data center quickly and with less upfront cost. Read More

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Constructing college, university buildings wisely
Constructing college, university buildings wisely

Engineering mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection systems in colleges and universities requires designers to look toward the future of postsecondary education, and consider all... Read More

Using warm water for data center cooling
Using warm water for data center cooling

There are many ways to cool a data center. Engineers should explore the various cooling options and apply the solution that’s appropriate for the application.Read More

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Data centers must be maintained to specific environmental conditions. Read about reliability in data centers and how temperature, humidity and dew point are critical measurement and control points. Learn more.
There's water (vapor) in the air: benefits and considerations of humidification
There's water (vapor) in the air: benefits and considerations of humidification

While too much or too little humidity may cause discomfort for or even impose certain risks on some people, just the right amount can be beneficial. Relative humidity ranging from 30 to 60% is... Read More

Have you ever thought about how federal legislation affects your job?
Have you ever thought about how federal legislation affects your job?

Engineers generally don't get very involved in politics, but that needs to change. Engineering is changing from a profession that enjoys legal protection to a profession that enjoys legal protection... Read More

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Zoning (Pumps, Valves, What’s the difference?)
While there are a number of strategies for zoning of hydronic heating systems, the two most common are with the use of pumps and the use of valves. In this webcast, we will explore these two methods, along with the pros and cons of each. We’ll provide a brief explanation of what a zone is, and how to approach the critical decision on which areas of a building might be grouped into zones. Finally, we will take a look at zone control components and their functions.

Tuesday, March 15, 2016, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion.

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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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