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Protecting Those Who Served: Ventilation At Walter Reed

At Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the mission was an air handling overhaul without interrupting the usual delivery of care. The project team delivered a safer, upgraded environment via a new desiccant system, air handlers, increased flexibility in the surgical suites, and more.
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ASHRAE 170 Update: Standard Operating Procedure

Air changes in some but not all spaces, duct liner here but not necessarily there, rooftop unit requirements … do the rounds and get a feel for the current condition of ASHRAE Standard 170, Ventilation of Health Care Facilities.
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Centre for Sustainability takes innovative HVAC, IAQ approach

The Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS) definitely lives up to its name
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Opportunities For Energy Conservation In Existing Hospitals

Confiscated elevator shafts are your first hint that this isn’t the typical hospital retrofit.
Located in the South End of Boston, Boston Medical Center (BMC) is composed of over 2.5 million sq ft of inpatient, ambulatory care, and medical office space.
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Fabric duct solution unburdens data center build-outs

Cooling build-outs can be one of the highest operational costs facing data storage facilities.
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Former warehouse uses BAS, fabric duct to stockpile energy savings

The Mi-T-M Corp., an industrial power equipment manufacturer, is savings tens of thousands of dollars annually thanks to one contractor’s industrial ventilation design.
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Training center’s VRF installation turns heads with linesets, mounting

Quietside recently expanded its Forth Worth-based training center, and the distributor hopes that individuals attending classes will learn as much about installation aesthetics as they will about Samsung’s variable refrigerant flow systems.
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Dairy company milks cost savings with polyester duct liner

When Schreiber Foods finishes construction on its new corporate headquarters, it will have an impressive presence in the center of downtown Green Bay, WI.
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Energy recovery: Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems

Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems has released its Legacy Line Energy Recovery Ventilator, which the company says provides application flexibility through direct mounting to furnaces or ductwork without requiring a separate wall control.


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Ductless mini-splits: Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls has added ductless mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps to its York® Affinity™ Series and LX Series product lines to provide more heating and cooling options to homeowners and commercial building operators. These compact, energy-efficient units deliver cooling or heating to structures without installing air handlers and ductwork, providing a solution for buildings without ductwork or room for remodels.


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