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Commissioning Of Mission Critical Installation

April 1, 2011
Most of us think of data centers when we think “mission critical,” but the category goes into financial and health sectors as well. These five phases of commissioning can provide some additional peace of mind about performance, no matter which type of critical mission is at stake.
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Life sciences lab handles OA load with humidification

April 1, 2011
A fog humidification system installed at this Michigan lab is controlled by a BAS.Pall Life Sciences is a leading global provider of filtration, purification, and separation technologies to the diverse
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Florida school cuts outside air cooling costs 70%

April 1, 2011
An ERV system saved this Florida school $500 a month in utility costs.The developers of Turtle River Montessori School in Jupiter, FL wanted students to have the best possible IAQ.
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Prognosis for chiller strategy: no hotspots, two-year payback

April 1, 2011
VFDs and a new chiller reduced this Texas hospital’s carbon footprint. With large central utility plants, over-taxed HVAC systems, and ever-increasing utility costs, many hospitals face the dual problems of
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University enjoys the fruits of system integration in former tomato field

March 3, 2011
Ave Maria University, located in southwest Florida, opened its doors to students on August 27, 2007. As the first new Catholic university built in the United States in more than
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Temporary HVAC: Homework Pays Off

March 3, 2011
School districts have known for quite some time that temporary equipment can assist in passing the tests of renovations or the pop quizzes of unexpected equipment failure. The lesser-known lesson is that having the plan in place can save significant time and money on top of the equipment’s basic benefits.
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Fan, BAS spread a warm feeling to start Alaska schooldays

March 1, 2011
A 12-ft diameter low-speed fan provides destratification to cut the morning temperature recovery for this elementary school down to 15 to 20 min.Designing a landmark school in the unforgiving Alaskan
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Editor's Note: Aftershocks: Don't Be Swayed

March 1, 2011
How to turn disaster into awareness into a difference the next time?
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Building Automation: Divisions Of Labor

March 1, 2011
Can specifications lead the advancement of systems integration?
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