Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, is an established means of disinfection and can be used to prevent the spread of certain infectious diseases. UV-C radiation kills or inactivates microbes by damaging their DNA.
Daikin Applied has invested more than $1 billion in technology over the last 18 months. This commitment was on full display as the global manufacturer welcomed more than 1,100 individuals to its biennial customer appreciation event, Sept. 18-20, in Orlando, Florida.
May I suggest you take a few minutes this week and put pen to paper. Transforming your company from just another heating and cooling option to the top-of-mind choice may be just a few carefully selected words away.
Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) recently opened the doors to a 12,600-square-foot training facility devoted to increasing the industry’s awareness of VRF technology, equipment, and operation. The center, which officially opened in July, boasts a hands-on lab, two 25-person-capacity classrooms, audio/video conferencing capabilities, and a full curriculum to help HVAC contractors and sales professionals deliver quality VRF solutions.
Emerson Climate Technologies Inc. addressed issues like the delisting of specific gases in certain applications and energy consumption reduction regulations at its E360 event held Sept. 3 at the Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport Hotel in Dallas.
In an effort to quantify the health of municipalities nationwide, ACEEE released its State and Local Policy Database. The report includes comprehensive information on energy-efficiency policies currently implemented at the state and local levels and policy activity across multiple sectors, including government, utilities, transportation, buildings, combined heat and power, and appliance standards.
The Buildings of the Future project, an endeavor spearheaded by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and the DOE, aims to develop a vision for what U.S. commercial and residential buildings could become in 100 years.
In an effort to provide Congress with appropriate guidance on the impact buildings have on our health, safety, and welfare, the HVAC industry has banded together to form the High-Performance Building Congressional Caucus Coalition (HPBCCC).