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Networked Controls is the preeminent educational resource for achieving integrated, interoperable building automation systems and equipment controls. Its detailed, comprehensive, and user-friendly information is the product of knowledgeable engineers, manufacturers, and service providers who are passionate about controls and BAS. Now in its fifth year of publication, Networked Controls is a team-spirited effort to educate and stimulate the engineering community to evolve their careers and their buildings toward modern BAS technologies. One of HPAC Engineering's most successful and effective supplements Networked Controls is the only stand-alone publication for BAS, a $1 billion-plus industry in 2001. For advertising information, contact your regional HPAC Engineering sales representitive.






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Feb 3, 2016
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The Latest in Thermal Controls Innovations and What Lies Ahead

Optimizing thermal efficiency across the enterprise data center using automated control routines and new ways to monitor and manage remote IT spaces as the demand for edge computing cooling capacity increases....More
Jan 20, 2016
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Essential Strategies for Insulating Cold Piping In HVAC Systems

Insulation can make or break the performance and longevity of a chilled water or variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system. This webinar covers everything an engineer needs to know before committing a client to a specific insulation strategy, including the stresses imposed on these piping systems and how various insulation options differ in terms of ease of installation, vulnerability to moisture, and more....More
Sep 15, 2015
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A New Era of Efficiency: Advances in Water Source VRF Technology

In this free, hour-long webinar, speakers Kevin Miskewicz and Charlie Landherr will discuss the recent technological developments that have ushered in a new era of efficiency...More

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