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On-Demand This webinar reviews how to determine power requirements of facility loads; electrical characteristics and impact of different types of loads such as large motors and UPS systems on power supply sizing; acceptable power sources and other constraints applied by building codes; and how software tools can be used to simplify the process of calculating backup power requirements.Read More
On-Demand This webinar will provide cost-effective practical tips and feasible retrofit solutions that can be implemented in operational data centers to address some cooling issues and improve energy efficiency.Read More
On-Demand The designs of industrial and commercial enclosures require an understanding of acoustical calculations and their functional application.Read More
On-Demand Whether it is for public safety, national security, or business continuity, reasons mission critical facilities must remain operational.Read More
On-Demand In the field of emergency power generation, the ability to understand, maintain, test and troubleshoot your standby equipment is an absolute must. It is no longer acceptable to have your equipment installed and just assume that it works!Read More
On-Demand Chilled beams have entered the US market with the promise of energy savings in a time when efficient design and load reduction has the greatest focus. As with any technology that is introduced into a new market, it has to find its footing.Read More
When Designing an Essential Power System for Health Care, What is More Important: Patient Safety or Financial Outcomes?
On-Demand The answer might surprise you?
Code provides for the minimum standard of care required for the design of a hospital. Is the minimum appropriate for your facility? What is the decision process for good design? Patient Safety? Capacity for continued operation of major profit centers? Regional influences?
On-Demand ASHRAE 170-2008 addresses environmental control in a hospital as it relates to cleanliness, thermal comfort, and overall indoor air quality. Energy recovery has been widely focused in hospitals on the reclamation of waste heat; however, larger savings are present with the recovery of conditioned exhaust.Read More