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A comprehensive look at the intelligent building
A comprehensive look at the intelligent building

Technology is changing what’s possible for buildings. With the advent of smart building technology, heating, cooling, electrical, lighting, fire/life safety, and other systems need monitoring and intercommunication for optimized efficiency and operation. Read More

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Data centers’ intricate design
Data centers’ intricate design

Data centers are important structures that hold vital information for businesses, schools, public agencies, and private individuals. If these mission critical facilities aren’t properly designed and... Read More

An engineered approach to ongoing commissioning
An engineered approach to ongoing commissioning

Ongoing commissioning improves energy efficiency in existing buildings.Read More

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For 65 years, AERCO has been an industry leader in water heating designs offering high efficiency indirect-fired, water-to-water and steam-to-water heaters that provide instantaneous hot water across a wide variety of commercial applications. Learn more.
Your questions answered: How to Size a Centrifugal Pump Driver
Your questions answered: How to Size a Centrifugal Pump Driver

Kevin Anderson, senior technical training specialist at Grundfos Pumps Corp. in Olathe, Kan., tackled unanswered questions from the April 12, 2016, webcast on sizing centrifugal pump drivers.Read More

How does your hospital stack up: Report examines electricity, fossil fuel, water/sewer, carbon footprint
How does your hospital stack up: Report examines electricity, fossil fuel, water/sewer, carbon footprint

The Grumman/Butkus Associates 2015 Hospital Benchmarking Survey has been released. Hospitals’ energy costs per square foot have fluctuated greatly since 1999. Energy use intensity (Btu/sq ft/year)... Read More

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2016 Product of the Year
Who will win gold in 2016? Consulting-Specifying Engineer announces the finalists for this year's 12th annual Product of the Year competition, and readers will have the final word.
Cast your votes online here.
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HVLS Fans: Not Just for the Cool Factor – Free eBook
High-volume, low-speed fans can help reduce HVAC costs, prevent product and equipment damage and keep people healthy. Explore these and other facts and figures in your free “Top 10 Reasons” ebook. Download eBook.
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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.

Thursday, May 12, 2016, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

1 AIA CES approved LU available for attendees

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Sponsored by: AEGIS and Reznor.
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Direct drive utility set
Direct drive utility set

Greenheck’s model USFD-100 direct drive utility set has capacities of 200 to 6500 cfm and up to 3.0... Read More

Plain end-pipe joining technology for carbon steel HVAC systems
Plain end-pipe joining technology for carbon steel HVAC systems

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

Bathroom exhaust fan
Bathroom exhaust fan

Greenheck’s newly designed Premium Model SP bathroom exhaust fans now offer low sound ratings as... Read More

Combination boiler
Combination boiler

The Noritz Residential Combination Boiler (NRCB) allows for simultaneous residential domestic hot... Read More

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This week: Electrical Design for Motors with Instructor Ken Lovorn
Learn all of the skills necessary to design branch circuits for motors. This course will cover single and three phase induction motors, elevator motors, fire pumps, and refrigeration motors. Not only will you learn over current and short circuit protection, you will also learn the National Electrical Code (NEC) criteria for sizing conduit and wire for these motors. Register today!