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Last chance! The Optimum Buildings Conference is Sept. 21-23

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 http://hpac.com/optimumbuildconference.

Webinar on Modulating Fan-Powered Economizers Available

HPAC Engineering's latest Webinar, “Modulating Fan-Powered Economizers: Heat Recovery From Virtually any Type of Heating Plant,” is now available at HPAC.com. The Webinar was sponsored by Enervex. Topics covered in the Webinar include the differences between traditional economizers and modulating fan-powered economizers, creative flue-gas heat-recovery solutions for boiler plants, and how to apply modulating fan-powered economizer systems to new installations and retrofits. This Webinar joins many others that are archived at http://hpac.com/webinars


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