Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013
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Updates to 2014 NEC
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NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code, will next be updated in 2014. Here's a look at what to expect. Read More

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IAQ, infection control in hospitals
IAQ, infection control in hospitals

Learn how to reduce the potential for infection and airborne pathogen dispersion in hospitals and healthcare facilities as they relate to HVAC systems and design.Read More

A glimpse of the HVAC, BAS market
A glimpse of the HVAC, BAS market

Here is the story of the mechanical, or HVAC, engineer. Take a look at this snapshot of where your business stands today.Read More

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ASHRAE 90.1-2010 sets the energy standard
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The widely used energy standard reaches an inflection point that demands both efficient design and accountability from building inhabitants. Read More

Specifying pipe and piping materials
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Piping is used within many building systems, including HVAC, plumbing, specialty chemicals and fluids, and fire protection. Knowing what type of piping to use in a specific application can help... Read More

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America's Energy Future
Listen to a report from Branko Terzic, PE, Executive Director at the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions.
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Critical Power: Standby versus emergency power systems
The differences between standby and emergency power systems are significant. In addition to the specific code requirements, design engineers as well as authorities having jurisdiction must know the effects these classifications have on how generators are applied within an electrical distribution system.
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