Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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Back to basics: VRF systems
Back to basics: VRF systems

Know the basics of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems to determine if they are the right choice for your next HVAC project. Read More

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Driving motor efficiency
Driving motor efficiency

Motor-driven equipment accounts for a large percentage of the electricity consumed in the industrial building sector of the U.S. However, that number is decreasing as motors and drives become more... Read More

Case study: Schools’ air conditioning
Case study: Schools’ air conditioning

Scenarios are studied to ensure thermal comfort criteria in classrooms.Read More

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Fabric Air Dispersion a Game Changer:
Architects and engineers now increasingly favoring fabric over metal for its superior performance, light weight, aesthetics, streamlined appearance and labor-cutting installation time of up to 60%. Click here to see how you can use fabric in your next project. Learn more.
HVAC, BAS in office buildings
HVAC, BAS in office buildings

Seven in 10 of engineers are responsible for determining requirements/writing specifications, researching and evaluating options, and/or supervising or consulting on these projects.Read More

The culture of successful leadership
The culture of successful leadership

Everything about business begins with people.Read More

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2016 Product of the Year
Winners of the 12th annual Consulting-Specifying Engineer Product of the Year awards included a space-saving, low harmonic HVAC drive, aspirating smoke detectors, and geothermal, hybrid energy-system-monitoring software.
Click here to read about the winners.
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Apps for Engineers is an "app of apps" that is available on both the App Store and Google Play. This mobile application contains links to more than 300 mobile applications created by a number of companies that engineers will find useful. Learn more.
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Commercial and industrial fan efficiency education
Fans account for 18% of electricity consumed in commercial and industrial buildings. That is why the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is introducing its regulation of fan efficiency, with a new metric called the Fan Energy Index. Take this training to master fan basics, understand the new proposed DOE regulation, and learn how to use the DOE metric to drive air moving system efficiency up. You will also learn emerging utility rebate programs that will be coming, along with fan performance monitoring tools.
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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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