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Free HPAC Engineering Webinar: New Trends In Laboratory Exhaust
Laboratory exhaust systems have been installed to ventilate lab facilities for decades. These systems range from field-assembled components to factory-fabricated systems. In either case, there has been no independent third-party verification of entrained dilution performance and total-discharge airflow from these systems. This Webinar will discuss these issues and the new Air Movement and Control Association (AMCA) International test standard and certification of performance for high-plume dilution blowers used in laboratory exhaust....[MORE]YOU NEED TO BE GREEN TO GROW!
According to the U.S. Green Building Council, the products and services market for green building is expected to exceed $12 billion in 2007. Virtually every new-construction and retrofit project undertaken today includes some element of green design.
For designers and specifiers of mechanical systems, this explosive green-building market means huge potential for growth. Engineering Green Buildings (EGB) 2007, the only green-design event dedicated to mechanical systems in non-residential buildings, presents an opportunity for you to learn how to be "greener" and provides the knowledge and skills you need to "go for the green" in the tremendously profitable green-design arena. www.egbconference.com
DISCOVER THE CRITICAL SECRETS TO SUCCESS IN COMMERCIAL HVACR CONTRACTING
* What are the most pressing issues affecting your business?
Find the answers to these questions and much more at the 2007 Commercial Contracting Roundtable & Design/Build Seminar, presented by Contracting Business magazine and the ACCA. Two days of workshops and networking events will show you how to make the most of new opportunities in the commercial HVACR market. Dr. Martin Regalia, chief economist from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, will lead a provocative opening session offering attendees "A Layman's Look at Today's Economy."
Mark your calendars for Oct. 24 and 25 at Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport in Baltimore. For complete workshop information and easy online registration, go to www.contractingroundtable.com.