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Every other issue, industry experts write about timely topics regarding maintenance/operations strategies; equipment and service trends; and overall concerns related to HVAC and facility management.
Cooling and ventilation parameters are key to maintaining proper indoor air quality.
Smaller, more efficient packaged systems and intelligent controls are anticipated for 2010.
Depending on in-house resources, hiring an outside firm to track HVAC systems can be useful.
This technology works to keep HVAC systems clean from the inside out.
In certain spaces, this type of system can ease the demand on a facility manager
Guest Contributer Karl Decker discusses three scenarios that can throw a construction project off track.
Guest Contributor Colleen Hughes explains how the manufacture of a commonly used refrigerant will cease at the end of 2009.
Evaluating three performance factors enables facility managers to install the best filter for the job.
A consistent, effectively designed program will keep HVAC equipment in top condition.
Can these types of facilities be market viable by 2030?