Bob and Tim have arrived at a customer’s house that uses fuel oil for heat. This is a “no heat” call — the customer called first thing this morning and said that the oil furnace was not coming on, and the house was cold. When they arrived, they talked to the customer, and the customer said that he had made several tries to get the furnace to operate but with no luck.
Facility managers face critical decisions when replacing aging induction units
March 20, 2017
As old induction units inevitably decline in efficiency, facility owners and managers are faced with critical decisions: upgrade to more modern induction units or embark on extensive, costly renovation projects to overhaul entire HVAC systems.
During the presidential campaign, Trump made maternity leave a signature issue. Now that he is in the White House, Trump appears intent on pushing for paid leave for new parents who don’t receive time off from their employers.
It’s the middle of summer and your customer, who can’t provide you with any helpful information about the history of this situation since they just recently purchased the business, is complaining that the temperature inside their small convenience store won’t get comfortable whenever the outdoor temperature gets over 90°F.
Advantages of adiabatic humidification and free air cooling
March 6, 2017
Proper indoor air quality and adequate humidity levels are imperative to safe and efficient data center operations. Humidification in data centers is required to prevent electrostatic discharge, which can damage servers and network products, and offers the benefit of high capacity, low cost evaporative cooling.
Every business has their own unique circumstances that must be addressed in a disaster management plan, but there are five main areas that are common to almost all businesses, representing the greatest risks in any disaster scenario. When creating a disaster management plan, make sure to address these areas.
Building automation system experts maintain the architectural integrity of the historic building
March 6, 2017
JM Electrical Company Inc., an automated building system installation company, announced that it has completed project operations at Harvard Memorial Church, a historic development located at 1 Harvard Bus Tunnel in the center of Harvard Yard in Cambridge. JM partnered with a premier building technology company on this control system.
Bob and Tim have responded to a service request where the customer is explaining that their heat pump is running all the time. The indicator light on their thermostat is lit most of the time, indicating the strip heat is on as well. The weather is cold today but has been warm some days and cold some days. It’s a very unusual heating season.
The Luigi Pecci Centre for Contemporary Art once again reopened
February 20, 2017
The new Pecci Centre is innovative not only from an architectural point of view, but also in terms of its sustainable mechanical systems.
The lighting and air conditioning systems, which are the main energy expenditure in every kind of building, have been designed to offer the best internal comfort for the visitors of the centre, while guaranteeing minimal impact both on the running costs and on the environment.