HVAC: May 2006

05/22/2006


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This special edition of CSE NewsWatch focusing on the HVAC market is brought to you by the editors of Consulting-Specifying Engineer.

This Issue's Stories

1. ASHRAE Focuses on Future Growth with New Strategic Plan
2. Use of Sensors in HVAC Definitely on the Rise
3. Four Easy Steps to Quick Payback on HVAC Energy Savings
4. A Cool Dip: Using Lake Water for HVAC Systems
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1. ASHRAE Focuses on Future Growth with New Strategic Plan
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers announced in March that a new strategic plan has been adopted by the organization to help move ASHRAE toward fulfilling its vision of a better future.
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2. Use of Sensors in HVAC Definitely on the Rise
Opportunities for sensors in HVAC applications in North America are on the rise, says a new study, driven primarily by the rapid growth of nonresidential construction and increasing concerns about indoor air quality.
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3. Four Easy Steps to Quick Payback on HVAC Energy Savings
HVAC variable frequency drive solutions running on bypass can waste 56% or more energy for your HVAC air handling system; here's how to get back to efficient usage.
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4. A Cool Dip: Using Lake Water for HVAC Systems
Using water from the bottom of Lake Ontario to chill Toronto office buildings is both environmentally cool and cost-effective. A recent case study offers opportunities for others to take advantage of.

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New Products for HVAC and Building Controls
Circulators, germicidal lamps, intelligent pump systems and software for steam system design.
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