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Articles by Dan Holohan
It took six firefighters to get the kid out of the duct, and Mama got older. Much older.
I turned 64 in January, and if I knew I was going to live this long, I would have taken better care of myself.
The year I served as the potted plant, Sheraton was building a hotel out on Lawn Guyland. This is where things got tricky.
Unless you get an older steam system working as it should be working, sensors and software will just let you know that something is wrong.
As the noted philosopher Mr. Michael “Iron Mike” Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan, ’til they get punched in the mouth.”
In 1905, a boiler in a Boston shoe factory blew up, traveled a great distance through the air, and landed, with delightful justice, in the front yard of the operating engineer’s house. Think it got his attention?
This system is the missing link between one- and two-pipe steam. It was used in tall buildings in the early 1900s because a building this tall wouldn’t work well with one-pipe steam if the supply came up from the basement.
High efficiency comes with a price that’s higher than normal efficiency (whatever that is), and because of that higher price, high efficiency is now a subjective term that is open to broad interpretation, and perhaps even reinvention.