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Exhausting The Possibilities (July 2000)

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The last battle in lab ventilation happens on the roof; computer evaluations and other advancements are aiding effective and unobtrusive fume exhaust.
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Current Affairs: Know Your Code (July 2000)

By Timothy Coyle, P.E.
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What is (and isn’t) the National Electrical Code?
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Outsourcing Our Hallowed Halls (July 2000)

By Joanna Turpin
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Some colleges with large, in-house facilities management departments are looking to outsource some functions to cut costs and overcome personnel complacency.
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Ship Shape (January 2000)

By Robert Beverly
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Versatile designers, a project manager with Navy training and people skills, and an hospitable hospital earned hvac stripes and the 2000 Engineering Team Award.
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Update: The latest on Legionnaire’s disease

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Here is the most recent news on Legionnaires’ disease and Legionella control.
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<i>Legionella</i> Lives (January 2000)

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25 years after a then-mysterious disease killed 34 convention attendees, an understanding of Legionella's biology and current prevention strategies is the best remedy you can employ.
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Current Affairs: Know Your Electrical Enclosures (January 2000)

By Timothy Coyle, P.E.
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Different types work best for different jobs, writes columnist Tim Coyle.
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Current Affairs: Specifying Equipment Approvals (February 2000)

By Timothy Coyle, P.E.
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“What do you mean, ‘That control panel needs an NRTL label?’”
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Better Late than Never (February 2000)

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Recommissioning can solve a variety of problems that may accumulate in existing buildings.
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Electromagnetic Appeal (February 2000)

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The technology to levitate rotors and eliminate bearing contact in compressors is reaching the hvac industry, promising to make efficiency and costs more bearable.
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