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    AHU Refurbishment 101

    April 26, 2019

    What’s both central to the HVAC system and a large consumer of energy costs for your facility? The Air Handling Unit (or AHU). Air Handling Units condition and circulate air in a building or facility as part of the heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system. AHUs work hard and constantly to maintain a comfortable building environment. If the building is to remain comfortable, the air handlers need to operate without issue. We frequently see AHUs that are 25-50+ years old, are still in service and don’t always run as well as they did at the beginning of their life.

    Open Protocol BMS and the Importance of Niagara N4

    April 24, 2019

    If you’re managing a facility with standard HVAC/mechanical systems, you probably have some form of a Building Management System (BMS). Like how the iPhone changed communication with its launch in 2007, BMS have fundamentally changed how you communicate with your building’s equipment. Your BMS or Building Automation System (BAS) communicate to your equipment through either open or proprietary protocols.

    The Faster the Race, the Stronger the Team

    April 2, 2019

    Why LED Lighting Needs Custom Engineering + Agile Teams

    March 28, 2019

    Replacing old fluorescent, metal halide and incandescent fixtures with modern LED lighting and controls is, without question, a good choice for a facility upgrade. LED lighting isn’t a new technology anymore. From facility manager to CFO, your team understands the need for – and benefits of – energy efficient, LED lighting.

    5 Reasons to Tell Marketing About Your Energy Efficiency Project

    March 26, 2019

    Setting and Exceeding Kilowatt Hours Savings Goals

    February 25, 2019

    3 Facts to Know About Utility Incentives in Connecticut

    February 22, 2019