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IAQ Guidelines for Buildings Stall Out in Texas Legislature

By John R. Hall
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The Texas House of Representatives passed three Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) bills last April but the future of their passage by the Senate remains very cloudy.
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Texas ACCA Chapter Offers “Cool” Advice

By Mark Skaer
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The North Texas Chapter of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America has some things a homeowner can do during extreme hot spells to help keep the air conditioner working efficiently.
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Tampa Company Offers Coil-Cleaning Aid

By Peter Powell
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A Tampa, FL, company is offering aid to those facing hvacr maintenance problems that can be costly because of the hot weather this past summer.
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Lennox Plant Aims To Please Customers

By Peter Powell
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Lennox has opened a 329,000-sq-ft production facility in Orangeburg, SC. Allied Air Enterprises is billed as a “lean” manufacturing facility that focuses on “satisfying customer needs by eliminating waste through continuous improvement.
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Jury Returns $32 Million Judgment in Mold Case

By John R. Hall
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a 12-member jury in Travis County District Court awarded $32 million in damages to Melinda Ballard and husband Ron Allison after finding that Farmers Insurance Group had committed fraud.
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Wholesaler Expands Desiccant Technology Throughout Southeast

By Peter Powell
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Wholesaler Mingledorff’s, Inc. and manufacturer DryKor, Inc. have announced a partnership with Mingledorff’s serving as the exclusive Georgia distributor of the DryKor line of liquid desiccant dehumidification products.
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Houston Flooding Prompts Dehumidification Strategy

By John R. Hall
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In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Allison, many downtown Houston buildings needed to “dry out.”
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Exhibit Features Cool South

By Peter Powell
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The Atlanta History Center is set at a constant and comfortable 70 degrees Farenheit.
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Arkansas Health Care Provider Uses Custom Air Handlers

By John R. Hall
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Beverly Enterprises recently enlisted the Trane Company to help in its design of an hvac system for its corporate headquarters.
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UVC Sheds New Light on School Mold Problems

By John R. Hall
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In the warm, humid south Texas environment, mold and mildew can be persistent problems in educational and other buildings.
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