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Dissecting NEC’s recent changes
Dissecting NEC’s recent changes

Changes in and additions to the 2017 edition of NFPA 70: National Electrical Code (NEC) have an impact on commercial and industrial facilities. Read More

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Developing successful lighting solutions
Developing successful lighting solutions

Successful lighting projects take many shapes, but there are core traits that make them shine regardless of the building type or scale.Read More

Designing passive and active fire protection systems
Designing passive and active fire protection systems

Fire protection engineers should consider the building's construction, fire suppression systems, and smoke control when designing active and passive fire protection systems. The International... Read More

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GPG study finds variable-speed screw technology, like that in Carrier’s 23XRV, was 11% more efficient, more versatile and required less maintenance than mag-bearing technology.
Source: www.gsa.gov, GPG Program Summary, GPG-031, Updated Aug. 2017. Learn more.
Define your firm’s thoughts, resolutions for 2018
Define your firm’s thoughts, resolutions for 2018

The turn of the calendar is a good time to think differently about the future of engineering. Read More

Sizing domestic water pipes
Sizing domestic water pipes

When sizing pipes in nonresidential buildings, engineers should pay close attention to local code, available water pressure, fixtures, and a host of other factors.Read More

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2018 MEP Giants
Is your engineering firm among the top in the nation? The MEP Giants program lists the top 100 mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), and fire protection engineering firms in the United States. Nominations for the 2018 MEP Giants program are now open!
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GPG study finds variable-speed screw technology, like that in Carrier’s 23XRV, was 11% more efficient, more versatile and required less maintenance than mag-bearing technology.
Source: www.gsa.gov, GPG Program Summary, GPG-031, Updated Aug. 2017. Learn more.
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Critical power: Motors, variable frequency drives (VFDs), and variable speed drives
To reduce operational costs across all nonresidential buildings, variable frequency drives (VFDs) and variable speed drives (VSDs) are frequently used with ac induction motors that operate pumps, fans, compressors, or similar equipment with variable load profiles. This webcast addresses the efficiency standards that apply to ac induction motors and the systems in which they operate, load issues, applications, and harmonic mitigation.

Thursday, February 22, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Wall mount luminaire
Wall mount luminaire

The LitePak LNC2 is a wall mount luminaire available in four housing sizes.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

Lighting control system
Lighting control system

With the release of Paradigm 4.0, the Unison Paradigm lighting system from ETC is now more flexible... Read More

Pharmaceutical floor system
Pharmaceutical floor system

Sikafloor from Sika is an integrated floor and wall system developed for pharmaceutical facilities.Read More

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GPG study finds variable-speed screw technology, like that in Carrier’s 23XRV, was 11% more efficient, more versatile and required less maintenance than mag-bearing technology.
Source: www.gsa.gov, GPG Program Summary, GPG-031, Updated Aug. 2017. Learn more.