When operations run 24/7, the opportunities for savings are constant. Smart practices can cut energy use and related costs in half, but myths persist that can make facilities managers hesitant to pursue HVAC optimization.
In the second of three articles on cyber risks to building control systems, a veteran DoD consultant looks at Cyber Risk Management Plans (CRMP), which all DoD contractors now must have in place for their IT systems.
Our cover story from the March issue... Implementing a containment solution in the data center costs much less than the alternatives of adding air handlers or other supplemental cooling equipment.
A Pep Talk for Troubled Times; Data Center cooling options; Technology use grows; A New Deal for commercial buildings, and much more...
Facility managers in Arkansas have found germicidal UV-C technology to be an effective way to remove biological growth from HVAC systems.
Without proper installation and maintenance, high-pressure HVAC/R applications can become leak-prone, posing significant environmental risks. Such issues are the focus of this new chapter from CDA's handbook.
CEO Scott Lynch sees energy in innovation, education across boiler industry
Systems engineers must understand that HVAC design is secondary to building envelope performance on historical structures.
Thanks to improved heat transfer efficiency, falling film evaporators require a smaller refrigerant charge than a flooded evaporator design.