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Tomorrow’s Engineer: The Future Of Commissioning (September 2000)

Commissioning warning: handle with care.
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Protecting Your Pressure Vessels (September 2000)

What should you expect from a condition assessment of pressure vessel equipment? The authors look at long-term planning, inspection types, and contractor options.
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Better Airflow, Better Cashflow (September 2000)

Avoiding the quick fix and considering the types of ducts, transitions, and other particulars involved with fan/duct problems will minimize return visits and owner expenses alike.
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Finding Holes In The Data Center Envelope (September 2000)

Recently, data technology has grown as fast as any “traditional” sector of industry. As seen in this case, a round of tracer gas testing is one method to identify the scope of recurring air quality problems and lead toward an effective remedy.
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New Refrigeration Technology Poised To Heat Up The Market (September 2000)

A new industrial refrigeration system promises to save energy, reduce costs and emissions, and provide 40% more refrigeration than traditional systems. Sounds almost too good to be true.
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Belts: Factors, Fictions, And Friction (September 2000)

When it comes to maintaining belts in compressors, what appears to be a belt problem could be just a symptom of the real problem elsewhere. Or maybe it is the belt, after all. Read on for practical insights on how to tell the difference, and how to keep the system problem-free in the first place.
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Current Affairs: Power Quality Part 2 (September 2000)

This Month: The In’s and Out’s of Vfd’s. The second of two parts.
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Industrial Strength Solutions (September 2000)

The right questions at the right times, plus a little effort anticipating possible changes, can manufacture heavy-duty hvac success for these facilities.
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Building Automation: The Net Effect (August 2000)

Someday, engineers and managers will wonder how they ever got along without it.
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Should Drives Be Specified In Division 15 Or 16? (August 2000)

Keeping vfd specifications in Division 15 (instead of Division 16) may prevent potential pitfalls, including some found when installing vfd's in motor control centers.
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