the limits of enforcement and the potential sources of trouble,
there’s a lot of room for something to go wrong with a boiler
system. Consider the options for regular inspections, testing, and
training to steer your facility clear of extra costs, outages, or
it comes to that unexpected (and unwelcome) development, it’s
usually less a case of if than when. Avoiding confusion over the
specific technical scope of work up front, keeping an eye on codes
and insurance, and considering contingencies for discovered problems
along the way will smooth the path as much as possible.
tips for risk abatement and water damage repair - ahead of and
following a disaster, respectively - for boilers, ovens, furnaces,
and thermal oxidizers. In terms of both equipment and
expense, preparation and proper recovery procedures could mean the
difference between damage and devastation.
Many engineers tend to avoid or delegate the nitty gritty of a ground source heat pump system, from soil moisture effects to building system (im) balance. It's time for designers to get in the loop. Learn more about Grounded In Reality in the December issue. Other topics in the December issue include health care HVAC, Boilders, check out the Back2Basics, and more.