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Zone controller: Mitsubishi Electric US

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Mitsubishi Electric US has launched the new SmartME Zone Controller. The controller is a single-source integrated controls product for commercial HVAC systems of all sizes. The company says the advanced functions include temperature and humidity sensors, as well as an energy save setting, which controls the operation mode using a built-in occupancy and brightness sensors.


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VAV heater: Tutco Inc.

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Tutco Inc. launched its newest commercial-grade VAV heater. Flip-able in nature, this single duct VAV re-heat system offers the convenience of using one heater for multiple positions.


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Dedicated Outdoor Air System: Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Cooling & Heating Division

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Mitsubishi Electric U.S. Cooling & Heating Division is now offering the CITY MULTI® VRF Dedicated Outdoor Air System. The system is designed to supply outdoor ventilation air to a building independent of the HVAC air distribution or conditioning system.


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UV Lights: UV Resources

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Stinger UV-C fixturing from UV Resources is designed to destroy surface microbes and degrade organic materials that impede HVAC system efficiency, as well as contribute to allergies, poor IAQ, and airborne-transmitted disease.


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UV lamps: UV Resources

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The High-Output DEF (Double Ended Fixture) ultraviolet lamp series from UV Resources can be easily installed in most any HVAC system to destroy coil/drain pan microbial infestations and disinfect moving air streams.


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AABC seminar to focus on HVAC system performance

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“Optimizing HVAC System Performance” is the title of an upcoming regional seminar from AABC. The Associated Air Balance Council will bring the one-day seminar to the Hilton Baltimore on May 17.


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Data Centers and VAV Design Opportunities

Read about various examples — from a 40,000-sq-ft raised-floor environment to a 5,000-sq-ft facility within a facility — to get a good view of the battlefield and make your next campaign against heat and inefficiency a little smarter.
By Edward P. Geraghty, P.E.
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The range of HVAC design options associated with the various types of data centers has expanded and evolved over the past 30 years in order to keep pace with the wide array of server transformations and deployment strategies.
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Modern Building or HVAC Museum

How much history is in your O&M routine?
By Robert Beverly
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Each issue of ES sports a theme, but occasionally a theme beneath a theme evolves from the separate articles and columns. I like when that happens.
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The Heat Is On But The CRACs Are Off... Now What?

With Hurricane Sandy fresh in our minds, let’s examine the anatomy of a recent outage’s immediate HVAC consequences as a guide toward protecting equipment in the future.
By Kevin Dickens, P.E.
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October 29 was a Monday. It was also the day that Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New York City. Around 7 p.m., Con Edison shut power off in Lower Manhattan, and it would be sometime Saturday before lights would begin to flicker back on.
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Dataloggers: Omega Engineering

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The company has introduced its precision RTD temperature datalogger.


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9/25/14 2:00 pm EDT

Test Anxiety? Learn How and When to Test Your Standby Generator

This webinar will discuss generator reliability, testing, and troubleshooting from a practical perspective and make recommendations for a comprehensive inspection and testing program.

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