The English are known for cultivating fine gardens, but in this case, this company's specialty crop is trained personnel. Who couldn't use a few more of those each spring? See how one controls company is growing a bounty for themselves and others in the industry.
A misheard Dylan song? No,
we're discussing an interesting article about one ancient HVAC strategy, and how
it found its way to a new home at modern-day Stanford. Of course, now it’s not
just ancient, it’s very, very green. Click through and have a look.
Without a doubt, chilled beams represent
one of the more interesting developing sectors of HVAC. We just got a
is hosting a GreenMech Solutions Talk Radio show about modular active
chilled beams tomorrow, July 15, at
Eastern. The guest is Darren Alexander from TWA.
appears to be a fairly neat, web-only talk-show format. If you want to
fun, dial (347) 838-8999. Or, if you simply want to listen in, here’s
The updates are flying on our blog …
San Francisco gets greener by putting some flexibility in their
building codes … AutomatedBuildings has a birthday … and the new ASHRAE
president targets operations … drop in and catch up.
Sure, like you, I have a couple of hobbies.
Have any of your hobbies become a leading online portal for
conversation among the movers and shakers of a major industry? Me,
neither. I guess that's how we know that we aren't Ken Sinclair.
Spying opportunities for increased efficiencies with minimal investment, ASHRAE’s new president, William Harrison, has announced the organization’s new theme: “Maintain To Sustain – Delivering ASHRAE’s Sustainability Promise.” Links to details on that and a free advanced design guide download inside.
Leaning on experience and data from various K-12 cities and projects, the author pursues some less conventional design approaches. They may revolve around radiant heating and/or cooling, but depending on school size and other factors, the smart use of heat recovery, DOAS, and improved central plants could also put a project on the HVAC honor roll.