Boilers, Chillers

Courtesy: Southland Industries
Building Types February 22, 2021

Humidification installed for U.S. Army national museum

Southland and Envise installed an air system which provides controlled ventilation and humidification to gallery spaces.

By Southland Industries
Courtesy: Sam Van Fleet, DLR Group
Automation, Controls February 17, 2021

Office buildings focus on air quality, energy efficiency: Building automation

Designing office buildings in a post-COVID world is a challenging task with engineering variables; building automation and controls come into play

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: Raul J. Garcia/Page
HVAC February 10, 2021

Office buildings focus on air quality, energy efficiency, HVAC systems

Designing office buildings in a post-COVID world is a challenging task with engineering variables such as HVAC systems

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: AABC/Test and Balance Corporation
HVAC February 5, 2021

Dealing with COVID-19’s impact on current HVAC systems and equipment

Approaching COVID-19 mitigation through HVAC systems and equipment from a preventive, proactive vantage point gives people a better chance of containing the spread of the virus and limiting the collateral damage it can cause.

By Lawrence S. Poos
Courtesy: Johnston, LLC
Motors, Drives February 1, 2021

Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed articles, January 2021

Read the best articles in January 2021 including: Choosing between an ECM and VFD, NFPA 70-2020 changes, NEC chances and more.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: Joseph Technology Corp.
Energy Efficiency February 1, 2021

Case study: District heating supply from a combined heat and power plant

Development and operation of the combined heat and power district heating system in Jamestown, N.Y., provides energy efficiency, environmental and economic development benefits to customers

By Ishai Oliker
Courtesy: AABC/Systems Analysis Inc.
Hospitals January 29, 2021

Desiccant dehumidification in operating rooms

Operating rooms, for years, have been designed by older standards to a room temperature and don't adapt well to the current standards, which means hospitals have to adjust dehumidification requirements.

By Chris White
Courtesy: Lee Health
HVAC January 28, 2021

Effective COVID-19 mitigation for HVAC systems

There are many technologies available for HVAC systems to combat the spread of COVID-19, but not all systems apply to all building types

By Erick Phelps and Rick Wood
Processor Mark Hernandez demonstrates the installation process for the classroom air quality remote sensors to CU Boulder student volunteer technicians Christiane Nitcheu and Sylvia Akol. Courtesy: Anna Segur, University of Colorado Boulder
HVAC January 27, 2021

Colorado schools receive air filters to improve air quality, reduce COVID-19

University of Colorado Boulder researchers have been working on installing a new generation of high-efficiency air filters in Denver public schools to improve air quality and reduce COVID-19.

By Emily Adams
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
HVAC January 25, 2021

Dual-path air handling units for healthcare

Strategies with dual-path air handling units (AHUs) that reduce reheat energy result in lower natural gas consumption, as well as reduced cooling energy

By Kim E Shinn