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.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.