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BIM and fire protection engineering
BIM and fire protection engineering

By including all life safety systems in the BIM rendering, engineers improve the building’s model as a whole.Read More

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Integration: Lighting and HVAC systems
Integration: Lighting and HVAC systems

By using building energy modeling software, engineers can determine how to size HVAC systems to balance the heat given off by lighting systems, particularly energy-efficient lighting fixtures.Read More

Business travel: Mitigating a necessary evil
Business travel: Mitigating a necessary evil

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Open systems: The foundation for a new era of BAS
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As system integration strategies become more complex, the need for improved building automation system specifications becomes evident.Read More

Building envelope: Testing and commissioning best practices
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Due to the increased interest in high-performance buildings, more attention is being paid to how envelope assemblies affect interior comfort and energy performance.Read More

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Critical Power: Standby Power For Mission Critical Facilities
The National Electrical Code (NEC) describes the engineering practices for mission critical facilities, which go beyond the requirements for emergency and legally required standby systems. In addition to specific code requirements, design engineers as well as authorities having jurisdiction must know the requirements for the installation, operation, control, and maintenance of standby power for mission critical facilities.

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Addressable control panel for fire suppression systems
Addressable control panel for fire suppression systems

Johnson Controls' AUTOPULSE Z-20 addressable control panel features templates designed to simplify... Read More

Air venting valves
Air venting valves

Manual and automatic air venting valves from AGF Manufacturing Inc. are designed to work alone or... Read More

Nitrogen generators
Nitrogen generators

Potter’s IntelliGen Series of Nitrogen Generators are designed to generate on-site, 98%+ purity... Read More

Innovative groove system for piping
Innovative groove system for piping

Victaulic has launched its FireLock Innovative Groove System (IGS) for 1-in. fire protection piping.Read More

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