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Get ready to maximize your buildings' performance

Join us Sept. 21-23 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis for the Optimum Buildings Conference. Produced and managed by HPAC Engineering, the Optimum Buildings Conference is dedicated to maximizing the performance of building mechanical and automation systems through superior design, product specification, operation, and maintenance. Part of HVACR Week 2011, it is an opportunity to learn from cutting-edge practitioners, network with fellow buildings professionals, and discover the latest offerings from leading manufacturers and service providers. To register for the conference, view the list of speakers and seminars, and learn more about the special events that will be part of HVACR Week 2011, visit

Browse HPAC's Info-Dex Online

Make better, more informed, and more educated specification decisions by checking out HPAC Info-Dex online. Info-Dex is where users can find manufacturers and suppliers of products and services for HVAC applications in the commercial, manufacturing, health care, government, and school/university markets. Categories include air conditioners, heat pumps, refrigeration and process cooling equipment, building-automation and control systems, electrical equipment, motors and drives, software, plumbing and piping, and pumping. Just visit, and click on the Info-Dex icon.


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