Friday, May 31, 2013
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Meeting electrical infrastructure demands in data centers
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A data center’s electrical system requires a robust, reliable infrastructure that far surpasses that of its commercial and industrial facility peers.Read More

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Key nonstructural changes to 2012 IBC
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Learn about the significant nonstructural changes to the 2012 International Building Code that typically impact consulting and specifying engineers.Read More

Integration: Lighting and HVAC systems
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By using building energy modeling software, engineers can determine how to size HVAC systems to balance the heat given off by lighting systems, particularly energy-efficient lighting fixtures.Read More

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Product standards for paralleled gensets
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Consulting engineers in the U.S. consistently specify that paralleling switchgear must be rated to UL 891 or UL 1558.Read More

Sports, entertainment venues: Electrical and power systems
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Sports arenas and entertainment facilities involve complex engineering solutions. Five consulting engineers share details on electrical and power systems. Read More

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Smart Electrical Systems: Meters, submeters, and smart meters
Installed on the utility side of an electrical service, a smart meter allows the utility to determine the quantity and time of electricity usage for setting rates and assessing charges. Installed on the facility side of an electrical service, a submeter allows an owner/operator to track quantity and time of electricity usage according to department, tenant, floor, or load type.

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Chemical resistant canopy hoods
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These canopy hoods are designed to collect and exhaust corrosive vapors, heat, steam and odors. Read More

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Anti-bacterial line of plugs and connectors
Anti-bacterial line of plugs and connectors

SteriGuard plugs and connectors feature anti-bacterial line of plugs, connectors, and cord sets. Read More

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