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ASHRAE, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, is dedicated to advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world. Click the logo at left to learn more.

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MNCEG, Minnesota Chief Engineer’s Guild, is an association for employees of the State of Minnesota who are actively engaged in the planning, management, and maintenance of public facilities, grounds, equipment and systems. Come see us at the 2019 MNCEG Conference & Trade Show September 4-6! Click the logo at left to learn more.

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According to NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, gas is the more eco-friendly option—for now—to heat and cool an energy-efficient home. Click the logo at left to read the study.

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Registration is open for the 2020 AHR Expo. Learn about industry trends, best practices, and solutions from the people creating them. Register now and come build relationships that will grow your business as the “Super Bowl of HVACR” converges in Orlando.

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Lochinvar and EC POWER, the top European producer of residential and commercial combined heat and power products, today announced the launch of XRGI25, one of the most cutting-edge cogeneration products to ever be released in North America.

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In the two-plus years since the Department of Energy issued the Energy Conservation Standards for Pumps, the commercial pump industry has been moving toward January 2020 compliance—updating testing procedures, adding reporting methods and other practical matters.

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Mechanical contractors, specifying engineers, and building owners have many options when it comes to heating and cooling buildings. Learn more about important factors to consider when selecting which system to install.

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ASPE joins ASHRAE and NSF to develop standard on managing disease risk in building water systems.

 

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