With HVAC systems being among the largest consumers of energy inside school buildings, it comes as no surprise that energy efficiency is one of the top drivers for the replacement market in institutional settings.
Group will aim to standardize O&M contracts and set service expectations
October 28, 2016
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has launched a new Operations and Maintenance (O&M) working group to address issues surrounding the reliable production of electricity from solar panels and what’s required to ensure panels are properly maintained.
Can repair and alter boilers and pressure vessels, and more
October 27, 2016
Murphy Co. has announced the addition of the following American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) code stamps for its Colorado office: R stamp - repairs/alterations of boilers and pressure vessels; U stamp - manufacture of pressure vessels; and PP stamp - fabrication/assembly of pressure piping.
Reduces the risk of propagation of cooling tower-borne pathogens
October 26, 2016
Legionella, the bacteria that causes potentially fatal Legionnaires’ disease, and other strains of pathogens that can be hosted by cooling towers, can now be substantially reduced by the development of a new antimicrobial cooling tower introduced by Delta Cooling Towers.
He brings environmental engineering and Legionella control experience
October 24, 2016
Special Pathogens Laboratory has announced that Kevin E. Merritt, MSE, has joined the firm to expand its Legionella consulting services as director of SPL Consulting Services. An environmental engineer, Merritt is experienced in project management, team leadership, and water management programs.