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14 aspects to consider in equipment selection
14 aspects to consider in equipment selection

Mechanical engineers should consider these key aspects when specifying systems for a building owner.Read More

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2016 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote for this year's best products
2016 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote for this year's best products

Who will win gold in 2016? Consulting-Specifying Engineer announces the finalists for the 12th annual Product of the Year competition, and readers will have the final word. Cast your votes online... Read More

Five tips for hiring the right talent
Five tips for hiring the right talent

Don’t lose the war for engineering talent. Staffing plans facilitate company growth.Read More

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Important updates to water efficiency standards for plumbing fixtures
Important updates to water efficiency standards for plumbing fixtures

In an effort to promote conservation of water in residences and businesses, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the WaterSense Program in 2006.Read More

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Digital Edition
Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device. The April issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer includes stories on Product of the Year and energy savings in electrical distribution systems.
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HVAC: Cooling systems
HVAC systems consume 25% to 30% of the energy in a typical commercial building; functionally intensive buildings (industrial facilities, laboratory buildings, hospitals, data centers, etc.) with controlled environments and large process loads can consume more than this. Generally, 50% of the HVAC energy is used for cooling purposes. Providing cooling comfort and energy efficiency in nonresidential buildings is an ongoing challenge for mechanical engineers.

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Economical end pipe joining system
Economical end pipe joining system

Victaulic’s QuickVic SD Installation-Ready System is a plain end pipe joining technology solution... Read More

Utility set fan
Utility set fan

Greenheck’s Utility Set Fan with adjustable speed is ideal for light duty commercial and... Read More

High lift compressor
High lift compressor

Engineered for high-lift applications, including air-cooled chillers and heat recovery, Danfoss... Read More

Cooling unit with output class
Cooling unit with output class

Rittal Blue e+ cooling units are more energy-efficient than previous cooling solutions on average... Read More

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