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Building envelope testing in existing buildings
Building envelope testing in existing buildings

Existing buildings are tested under different protocols from new buildings, so testing must be approached from many different angles to achieve air tightness and better building performance.Read More

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Security essentials for BAS
Security essentials for BAS

Engineers should understand the three-legged stool of cybersecurity for building automation systems.Read More

Evaluating energy codes on a scale
Evaluating energy codes on a scale

ASHRAE Standard 189.1 and IgCC are leading the way to high-performance green buildings. Learn how these two “maps to net zero” handle the enigma of “percent better than code,” with the outright goal... Read More

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Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center November update
Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center November update

Functional performance testings on the West Clinic and HVAC systems are underway. Finishes and punch lists at the North Clinic are substantially complete. Read More

NEBB appoints 2015 president
NEBB appoints 2015 president

James (Jim) Huber has been appointed the 2015 president of the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB).Read More

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Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, April 24-30: Standby generator systems, MEP design, NFPA 101, HVAC for hospitals, BIM for project coordination
Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, April 24-30: Standby generator systems, MEP design, NFPA 101, HVAC for hospitals, BIM for project coordination

Articles about standby generator systems, MEP design for MRI suites, NFPA 101 in mission critical... Read More

Press connections for hot water heater installations
Press connections for hot water heater installations

The LFLM490-10 Series consists of thermostatic tempering valves for hot water heater installations.Read More

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IoT starter kits

The IoT Quick Start family includes the impAccelerator Solution Kits, impExplorer Kits, and... Read More

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UVGI light system

The Mini UV CE is an ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) light system with an advanced power... Read More

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