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Where Comfort Is Stressed (October 1999)

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Here's a nice switch. When it came time to improve this family-owned inn, the owners made sure that design requirements drove cost, not vice versa.
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Sun Sets Its Sights On New Headquarters

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Neither mud nor a cramped schedule prevented Phase 1 of the new Sun Microsystems (Broomfield, CO) campus renovation from coming in with built-in savings and time to spare.As Sun Microsystems
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Current Affairs: Motor Starter Basics - Part 1 (October 1999)

By Timothy Coyle, P.E.
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Meet the first two motor circuit must-do's.
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You've Come A Long Way, Baby (October 1999)

By Joanna Turpin
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Gone are yesterday's unreliable and inaccurate sensors and controls. Today's devices, including temperature, humidity, and CO2 sensors, are not only highly accurate and dependable, they also last longer and provide buildings with greater comfort and energy savings.
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Measuring Air Movement (October 1999)

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Providing the right amount of air to ensure occupant comfort requires a thorough knowledge of the instruments used to measure air volume and velocity in duct systems. It's information engineers should know.
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Performance Points (October 1999)

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Are you "spinning away" performance? You could be. Find out the impact that "spin" has on fan and system performance and how to avoid or correct it.
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Insulation Gets Second Tour Of Duty With Ammonia Sphere

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Despite the Florida heat, the ammonia in the storage sphere of PCS Phosphate (White Springs, FL) must remain at 40°F around the clock.Since 1965, PCS Phosphate (White Springs, FL) -
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One Person's Opinion: Affinity Laws (October 1999)

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The affinity laws are inadequate in the 'real' world. Agreed?
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IAQ: After Hours (October 1999)

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The office isn't the only place to watch out for IAQ problems.
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Single-Source Solutions: The Future Is Just Ahead (October 1999)

By BNP Media Staff
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Conceptual engineering and estimating: The opportunities are ahead of us.
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