| ||August 10, 2011 |
| 7 Steps to Optimizing a Central Plant |
By DAVE KLEE, LEED AP, Johnson Controls, Milwaukee, Wis.
|Central chilled-water plants often fail to maintain their anticipated efficiency level over time. This is because traditional methods of plant operation and maintenance treat the plant as a collection of disparate pieces of mechanical equipment. Engineers must look beyond the component level to reach today’s aggressive efficiency goals. Taking a holistic view of the central plant reveals many opportunities for savings that previously were unattainable. [MORE] |
| Survey: Firms Investing in Design Technology |
|Firms engaged in architecture, engineering, planning, and environmental consulting are investing in design technologies to keep up with the competition and take their offerings to "the next level," a recent online survey reveals. [MORE] |
| ASHRAE Seeking Papers for Cold-Climate Conference |
|Papers on innovations in cold-climate HVAC design are sought for the seventh International HVAC Cold Climate Conference, to be held Nov. 12-14, 2012, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [MORE] |
| NFPA Releases Additional Code Resources |
|The 2011, 2010, and 2009 National Fire Codes sets are now available in PDF format, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) announced. [MORE] |
| ASHRAE Names Distinguished Lecturers |
|The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has named 12 new Distinguished Lecturers, individuals available to speak to Society chapters on topics impacting the HVACR industry. [MORE] |
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