Articles Tagged with ''HVAC''

Dataloggers: Omega Engineering

The company has introduced its precision RTD temperature datalogger.


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Bridging Schools And Eras with HVAC

With literal and figurative tight spaces handled, now new boilers, hydronics, pumping systems, and DDC all work together to impress and serve.
In today’s world, so-called “high-performance, sustainable” facilities are a dime a dozen. But many of these buildings rely on overly complex mechanical systems to carry out their mission.
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Married at the Courthouse: VRF & Geothermal

The author’s longtime interest in bundling efficiency techniques in a single system eventually led him to a new pairing: VRF zoning technology and geothermal design. See how he got there and how this couple played out for an historic 107-year-old Iowa courthouse that serves the law through the area’s brutal winters and humid summers.


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HVAC on the Aisles

Once again, we bring you an advance peek of what will be on the floor when AHR Expo attendees arrive in Dallas late this month. Attendees and non-attendees alike can also browse a treasure trove of info at www.ahrexpo.com. But for now, enjoy a snapshot drawn straight from the exhibitors themselves.


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Insulation: Titus HVACE

The company’s EcoShield natural fiber insulation is designed as an environmentally conscious IAQ liner.


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Design software: Carrier

Carrier introduces eDesign Suite software tools for buildings.


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Motors & Drives Rebate Update

How often do you get paid to save money through improved system performance? Utilities have their own reasons for seeing you lower your bills, so don’t get started on that next retrofit until you’re sure your organization isn’t leaving money on the table.
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Building Analysis Software: Integrated Environmental Solutions

New ApacheHVAC expanded waterside capabilities include new heat transfer water loops plus new interface.


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VRF: Heat Recovery Or Heat Pump?

Designers can typically choose either type from any major manufacturer. But what are the differences and consequences for a design? What type of space lends itself to one or the other, and what windows of opportunity for real efficiency gains do either provide? Knowing all the differences can make all the difference.
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Cleanroom Variable Airflow Design

Appropriately enough, a good variable airflow design accommodates and refines a number of design variables. Particle monitoring strategies, minimum supply air calculation, HVAC sequencing, and space pressurization are just a few stops on the way to spotless performance.
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