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HPAC Engineering, the magazine of mechanical systems engineering, is a forum for peer-to-peer communication among engineering professionals in the buildings and construction industries. Its editorial mission is, simply, to help its 35,000 engineering readers provide for human health, safety, and comfort economically, efficiently, and reliably. Articles are solutions-oriented and focused on providing timely, accurate and practical information on the latest HVACR technologies, techniques and tools that HPAC Engineering readers depend on in their daily work. Areas covered include design and sizing, facility and energy management, building automation systems (BAS) and controls, energy and water efficiency, indoor air quality (IAQ), comfort management, and deregulation.

HPAC Engineering is also a voice of leadership in the buildings industry, promoting best practices leading to superior building design, construction, operations, maintenance, and performance.

12 issues per year, including the annual Info-dex Directory. ISSN number 1527-4055.

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