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Experience HPAC Engineering through the wonder of social media by following Associate Editor Megan Spencer's Twitter feed, @hpacmegan. Check out her tweets for the latest and greatest in the HVACR industry.

Also, don't forget to follow HPAC Engineering via its Facebook page, where you not only can keep up on industry news, but see what trade events the magazine's editors turn up at when they are not in the office. Recent photo albums include pictures from the first annual HVACR Week in Nashville, Tenn., and the grand opening of the Daikin McQuay Solutions Plaza in Jersey City, N.J. (see Page 16).


A Webinar recently presented by HPAC Engineering and Contracting Business is available for viewing on demand at Sponsored by RenewAire, “Small, Distributed Energy Recovery Ventilation: An Effective Design Approach for Projects Small and Large” discusses advantages of central-station and terminal approaches, as well as projects that utilize multiple smaller energy-recovery-ventilation (ERV) systems to meet efficiency standards.

Engineers make early decisions regarding central air handlers and terminal equipment for their heating and air-conditioning-system designs. Modern ERVs are available in small package configurations that can be applied on a ventilation-zone basis throughout a building.


HPAC Engineering's seventh annual Engineering Green Buildings (EGB) Conference and Expo and Contracting Business' HVAC Comfortech and Commercial HVACR Symposium will join forces once again for HVACR Week, Sept. 22-24 at the Baltimore Convention Center.

HVACR Week attendees will be able to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the “miracle on ice” with opening keynote speaker Mike Eruzione, captain of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team. Eruzione will captivate the audience with stories on overcoming the odds, the benefits of hard work, and the belief that anything is possible.

For more information on the only event focused on green engineering applications as they apply to mechanical systems for non-residential buildings, visit

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