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Building systems integration best practices
Building systems integration best practices

Building automation systems (BAS) allow for state-of-the-art systems integration in nonresidential buildings. Read More

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Getting it right in mixed-use buildings
Getting it right in mixed-use buildings

Mixed-use buildings—often a combination of retail and residential—are unique structures with varying needs. Tenants, sustainability, HVAC, and a host of other factors must be considered.Read More

Building automation + integration = efficiency
Building automation + integration = efficiency

The building automation system (BAS) has become key to ensuring all systems within a building are working effectively and efficiently. Integration of lighting, HVAC, fire/life safety, and all other... Read More

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Wireless controls in building systems
Wireless controls in building systems

There is quite a bit of flux in the wireless building instrumentation and controls protocol market with numerous players jockeying for dominance. Though wireless systems are becoming the norm for... Read More

Women in engineering profile: Melissa Gannon
Women in engineering profile: Melissa Gannon

International Women in Engineering Day, celebrated on June 23, 2018, celebrates the achievements of females in various engineering industries. Here’s a Q&A with Melissa Gannon.Read More

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WEBCAST: Retrofitting HVAC systems in existing buildings
While the mechanical engineering team has much more control over how HVAC systems are designed and how they fit into the facility for new construction, retrofitting HVAC systems to accommodate existing buildings is considerably more challenging. Existing buildings were built to meet older codes and design requirements, which makes it difficult to meet current codes and standards that affect energy efficiency, indoor air quality, indoor environmental quality, and other factors. However, there is a huge opportunity to increase energy efficiency in older facilities.

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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

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Combination boiler

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

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