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HVAC January 2, 2019

HVACR compression latch/hinge

The crossover compression latch/hinge which manages to combine both functions on the one product – so enabling L or R opening or complete panel removal, with the added safety of pressure relief and the added performance of a 5mm gasket compression feature.

Business of Engineering December 28, 2018

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, December 21-27

Salary survey results, requirements for fire pump retrofits, data center co-location electrical system design, critical factors when designing fire suppression systems, and curbing VFD harmonics in HVAC applications questions answered were Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, Dec. 21-27. Were you out last week? You can catch up here.

By McKenzie Burns
Business of Engineering December 28, 2018

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: December 28

This week Morrissey Goodale reported one international deal involving companies from the Netherlands, Belgium, and Poland.

By Morrissey Goodale
Codes and Standards December 28, 2018

Understanding the changes to NFPA 70-2017

NFPA 70-2017: The National Electrical Code (NEC) has many requirements that apply to designing electrical systems for health care facilities. It’s vital to understand the changes in the 2017 edition in order to stay code-compliant.

By Firas (Ross) Alkhayri, PE, CEM; AECOM, Columbus, Ohio
HVAC December 28, 2018

Designing safe laboratories and research facilities: HVAC

Engineers working on laboratory and research projects are tasked with balancing state-of-the-art systems, budgetary concerns, occupant safety, sustainable performance, and other factors including HVAC.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Fire, Life Safety December 27, 2018

Case study: Sprinklers and smoke detection

Based on several tests, hotel occupancy can be safer with both smoke detectors and sprinklers.

By Gregory K. Shino, PE, and Cory M. Hillebrand, NV5, Las Vegas
Electrical, Power December 27, 2018

Designing power systems for co-location data centers

Engineers must consider many factors when designing power and electrical systems for data centers.

By Brian P. Martin, PE, Jacobs, Portland, Ore.