Thursday, June 20, 2013
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Using the AEDG in large hospitals
Using the AEDG in large hospitals

To achieve energy efficiency in a hospital, engineers should fully understand the Advanced Energy Design Guide.Read More

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Designing labs, research buildings
Designing labs, research buildings

Labs and research facilities house sensitive equipment and must maintain very rigid standards. Key areas include air quality, security, and flexibility. This provides a general overview. Read More

How to use NFPA 99
How to use NFPA 99

There are many changes to NFPA 99-2012. Engineers should review the code carefully to better understand how it affects electrical systems, risk assessments, and other pertinent topics.Read More

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Integration: HVAC fans and smoke control
Integration: HVAC fans and smoke control

Fire, life safety, and HVAC systems must be carefully integrated to achieve reliability in smoke control systems.Read More

June 3 Southland Industries update: mechanical room open
June 3 Southland Industries update: mechanical room open

Currently roughing in on interstitial levels of the North and West clinics; the Level 3 mechanical room has opened up; trade installations have begun.Read More

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Smart Electrical Systems: Meters, Submeters, And Smart Meters
Consulting and specifying engineers can help their clients realize benefits with minimal investments by encouraging them to consider smart meters and submeters. Smart meters can help owners/operators manage (and, in many cases, lower) their electrical demand charges and prepare for the Smart Grid. Submeters may help them allocate charges by tenant or department as well as help them qualify for LEED points.

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Outdoor lighting control system
Outdoor lighting control system

Lutron Electronics' Limelight is a wireless exterior lighting control offering that integrates data... Read More

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

Large capacity blower coil
Large capacity blower coil

Daikin's PreciseLine is designed to affordably condition air up to 5000 cfm by precisely matching a... 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

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