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July 28 , 2005


This special edition of CSE NewsWatch focusing on the HVAC market is brought to you by the editors of Consulting-Specifying Engineer.

This Issue's Stories
1. Experts Champion Heat Pumps at Recent International Energy Agency Conference
2. HVAC Systems Bring New Level of Comfort to Ronald McDonald Houses
3. Guide Aids Commissioning of Air Handling Systems
4. Protecting Ductwork and Cold Water Piping From Mold
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1. Experts Champion Heat Pumps at Recent International Energy Agency Conference
According to experts at the recent International Energy Agency International Heat Pump Conference held in Las Vegas May 30 to June 2, heat pumps could play an important role in reducing greenhouse gases. Go to story

2. HVAC Systems Bring New Level of Comfort to Ronald McDonald Houses
A major American HVAC manufacturer has donated and is installing its systems in Ronald McDonald Houses across the United States. In addition, the company will make a $100,000 cash contribution to RMHC, arrange for ongoing HVAC system maintenance with the support of its local distributors and dealers and sponsor “comfy pajama” parties for families staying at the Houses. Go to story


3. Guide Aids Commissioning of Air Handling Systems
Air handling systems don't always work as designed, leaving building occupants uncomfortable and energy bills high. A new guide has been developed through the California Energy Commission's Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program, and program explaining the benefits of functional testing and details the process of commissioning. PDF

4. Protecting Ductwork and Cold Water Piping From Mold
There are more than 100,000 known species of mold. We can’t avoid them, but we can minimize their potential for growth in our buildings. And we should. Mold is a common allergen; it exacerbates asthma, and can cause infectious disease in some people. It can also have far reaching legal consequences for owners and others in the construction industry. Go to story

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