Tag: HVAC systems

HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning; also heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) is the technology of indoor and vehicular environmental comfort. Its goal is to provide thermal comfort and acceptable indoor air quality. HVAC system design is a subdiscipline of mechanical engineering, based on the principles of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer.

Innovations in HVAC

Innovations in HVAC

HVAC duct systems play a key role in indoor air quality and comfort as they serve the functions of supplying, returning, and ventilating air. The type of system can underscore its efficiencies. Case in point: the shape of the duct always makes a difference in terms of efficiency, notes Roger

HVAC Innovations

HVAC Innovations

HVAC duct systems play a key role in indoor air quality and comfort as they serve the functions of supplying, returning, and ventilating air. The type of system can underscore its efficiencies. Case in point: the shape of the duct always makes a difference in terms of efficiency, notes Roger

Advances in Gensets: Powering Diverse Configurations

Advances in Gensets: Powering Diverse Configurations

Advances and technologies that improve performance ensure gensets are more reliable than ever before. Today, gensets run on diesel and natural gas. Tier 4 technology ensures cleaner air quality. They can run in parallel. Improved control systems are bringing “smart” technology to gensets. And systems are less noisy due to

Strength and Security

Strength and Security

Until recently, water utilities regarded resiliency as a matter of defense against severe weather events. Now cybersecurity threats—including cyber terrorism—have taken a place on the list of water utilities’ top concerns.

Smart Building Technology

Smart Building Technology

Building energy costs are a significant expenditure for businesses and the public building sector. The smart building industry is responding with products and services that can help, but there are hundreds of choices. However, we have some great examples of smart technology that can get you up to speed. So

Guest Commentary: Energy Management Beyond HVAC

Guest Commentary: Energy Management Beyond HVAC

The good news in energy management is that many of the challenges in effectively monitoring and controlling HVAC systems have been overcome. Many buildings—both new construction and retrofits—use efficient heating and cooling systems that are optimized with building automation systems (BAS). Plus, under the latest building codes, building envelopes are

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