Advanced heating technologies for VRF

Cold temperatures and disruptive precipitation create problems every year. When it comes to heating spaces, the challenge tends to be how to do 
it effectively and efficiently. Historically, maintaining a desirable indoor environment in cold climates has put industry professionals to the test.
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Water-loop heat pumps and net-zero

Designing net-zero-energy buildings for new construction or renovation presents many challenges. It requires analyzing the unique energy use of the entire facility and then designing a system that can reduce the net-energy footprint without sacrificing functionality or comfort. As energy consumption is reduced, onsite renewable energy plays a larger...
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Saving on Natatorium Energy Costs with Green Options

New technologies can provide optimal natatorium environmental control and energy savings. Today’s indoor pool dehumidifiers and outside air ventilation systems technology has changed so much over the last decade, a new or retrofitted natatorium stands to save millions of dollars in energy costs over the 15 to 25-year lifecycle...
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Being Radiant: Planning in-slab hydronic heating and cooling

In-slab hydronic radiant heating and cooling systems, along with downsized forced-air systems, are gaining popularity as a means of optimizing thermal comfort while reducing energy consumption. Typically designed in conjunction with radiant heating, radiant cooling systems circulate cooled water through the same network of pipes where warm water circulates...
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