Manufacturer Reports

Wynn Hotel Aquatic Theater Presents Major HVAC Challenge

February 26, 2007
On the way to designing the HVAC systems for the new Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, the project’s consulting engineer, architect, and mechanical contractor were confronted with fierce rain storms, rings of fire, and cannon balls of water… and that was without leaving their offices.
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Twenty-four Utilities Now Offer Rebates on EnergyMiser

October 16, 2006
USA Technologies announced that Wisconsin Focus on Energy is the latest utility to offer rebates on the company's EnergyMiser conservation technology.
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School District Gets Energy Conscious

September 25, 2006
After the recent energy shortage and blackout events, East Islip School District announced that it has joined Operation Save New York's electric demand response program to help the grid by reducing electric usage during shortage periods.
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How to Find an Affordable Emergency Generator

September 11, 2006
Prices are falling and generators are becoming much more common in some regions - especially in hurricane country. Here is some expert advice contractors can pass along to customers on how to find an affordable generator.
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Producing a More Efficient Heat Exchanger

July 31, 2006
Research at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is helping to design a more practicable and energy efficient heat exchange unit in air conditioning systems for buildings.
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Morgan Stanley Installs Largest Ice Storage A/C System in New York

July 17, 2006
Morgan Stanley was recognized by state and county officials at its Purchase, N.Y., facility for installing the New York metropolitan area's largest ice storage based air conditioning system, which delivers significant energy savings.
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Kronos Joins Airline Cabin Air Quality Research Team

July 3, 2006
Kronos Advanced Technologies Inc. has been invited by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide its real-time decontamination, air filtration, and purification technology expertise to evaluate and develop solutions to address and improve cabin air quality.
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CFD Solves Cooling Challenge in Plastics Plant

June 5, 2006
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation was used to solve a difficult cooling problem in a plastics plant that had threatened to damage expensive equipment and materials.
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How to Safely Restore Power Using a Generator

May 22, 2006
Few people understand how to safely get electricity from the generator into the house. Here are tips on how to safely restore power.
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New YMCA Saves Big With Custom Configuration

May 8, 2006
Heat recovery for pool heating, fabric ductwork for airflow alternatives, and HVAC equipment modifications add up to major savings for the new C.W. Avery Family YMCA.
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