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Plumbing Issues to Take Seriously

Plumbing Issues to Take Seriously

When it comes to commercial properties, there are many areas in which the owner of the building has to take care of. The plumbing system is one area that needs maintenance to ensure proper functioning of the building. From bathroom areas to kitchens, we rely on plumbing systems for everyday use. It is important to be aware of common plumbing issues to make sure that your building operates efficiently and you are not wasting money. 

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Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Data Centers Need More Than Cold Air

Managing the temperature through compressors or ACs is a very expensive process. Cooling makes up at least 40 percent of your monthly energy consumption, which can quickly eat up your budget. Without HVAC, however, data centers would feel like the Sahara at the height of summer. This is why IT managers are trying to find ways to decrease temperature levels without racking up the electricity costs.

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Fundamentals of Efficient HVAC Design

Fundamentals of Efficient HVAC Design

When it comes to designing HVAC systems, many manufacturers are switching to energy efficient models and design methods. In fact, many factors go in to designing an efficient HVAC system, and this article will focus on those elements. Read carefully and take into consideration these tips on the fundamentals of efficient HVAC design. Upon reading, you will gain more insight into designing an HVAC system, as well as understand what to look for when purchasing a new HVAC system.

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How Does an HVAC System Work?

How Does an HVAC System Work?

The term HVAC stands for heating, ventilation and air conditioning, a system used to control the temperature in a space as well as humidity and quality of air. In a big building, the system needs to be able to function based on comfort need as well as meet the size of the space. The HVAC system must transfer heat and moisture into and out of the air to control the temperature level, as well as the level of air pollutants. This is done by removing the pollutants directly or by diluting them.

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Chilled Beams vs. Chilled Ceiling

Chilled Beams vs. Chilled Ceiling

Chilled beams are often compared to a chilled ceiling though there is a distinguishable difference between the two. A chilled ceiling will use pipes with water flow as a chilled beam system. However, the pipes of the ceiling will be placed behind metal ceiling plates. Then, the plates are heated or cooled based on the method of convection rather than the pipes providing the heating or cooling method.

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Air Distribution in Buildings

Air Distribution in Buildings

In heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) there are systems that cool and heat forced air. Forced air is a central heating system that uses air as its medium to transfer heat. This system relies on vents, duct work, and plenums for building air distribution that is separate from actual cooling or heating systems.

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5 Types of IT Environment Heat Removal Methods

5 Types of IT Environment Heat Removal Methods

Data centers and IT rooms are becoming an integral part of businesses across the globe. And, as technology continues to change and evolve, computing equipment is being created in smaller sizes. However, the smaller size uses more electricity and can generate more heat, which creates a need for heat removal. So, it is essential that such spaces have precision cooling and heat rejection equipment in order for the equipment to stay at an even temperature and avoid overheating. There are several heat removal methods in which cooling equipment can be used to mediate the high heat generated by the computing equipment.

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