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While active beams are making great strides toward becoming a standard part of the designer’s toolbox, knowing when to deploy them is a critical judgment. The author focuses his considerable experience with them into a good look at related thermal comfort considerations. Operation and controls, two- and four-pipe systems, and condensation control strategies round out a worthwhile look at how active beams can work for you.
There’s nothing simple about the design, construction, and maintenance of a hospital’s protective environment and airborne infection isolation spaces. However, if you pay careful attention to recommended ventilation and filtration strategies for the rooms and adjacent areas, you can handle the pressure (so to speak) and deliver a healing environment.
Motor problem documentation, grease compatability, fits for bearings … these are just three aspects covered in ANSI/EASA AR100. Whether you maintain your own motors or simply own them and require proper maintenance, understanding the concerns, resources, and recommendations of AR100 will encourage proper repairs and longer service life.
Technology-based communities are evolving swiftly in terms of both nature and influence. Here, the owner of his own popular BAS connection community chats with other industry leaders in advance of his free AHR sessions in Dallas.
Once again, we bring you an advance peek of what will be on the floor when AHR Expo attendees arrive in Dallas late this month. Attendees and non-attendees alike can also browse a treasure trove of info at www.ahrexpo.com. But for now, enjoy a snapshot drawn straight from the exhibitors themselves.
Valuable insights for dealing with cooling plants, air handling, and hydronics lead up to some
startling commissioning experience with reported kW values.
There are some good explanations for a bad trend.
Chicago takes the year off from AHR but is staying busy with unusual projects.
Will a design cousin of the iPod take flight?
High-performance solutions result in savings, LEED® certifications, and better health care Spectrum Health is the largest not-for-profit health care system in West Michigan with nine hospitals, more than 180 service sites, and 1,983 licensed beds system-wide.
Finding new solutions to the complex challenges of global climate change is the task that drives the scientists and energy industry leaders who collaborate in the Energy Biosciences Institute at UC Berkeley’s new five-story, 11,300-sq-ft Helios Energy Research Facility in downtown Berkeley.
In October 2011, Mas (la grillade) opened in New York City with the goal of elevating hardwood grilling to a culinary art using fire and smoke. Located in Lower Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, “the grill” aimed to build upon the success of its sister restaurant and predecessor, Mas (farmhouse), and rely exclusively on hardwoods as its primary cooking fuel.