Entries by tribo

A bad HVAC Maintenance can make you sick.

Many people worry about the possibilities of getting some flu like symptoms from the aircon unit. If you want to learn more about this fact, you should keep reading this article. There are some important things that you need to know about the correlation between air conditioning and flu like symptoms. There are some factors […]

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Planned HVAC Maintenance: A Meaningful Resolution

The need for preventive building HVAC maintenance will always provide opportunity. The most recent session I attended on this topic was during the recent Mechanical Service Contractors Association conference. About 200 attendees packed a room to hear from three of the industry’s best PM proponents: David Bavisotto, vice president, service with Illingworth-Kilgust Mechanical; Steve Smith, […]

From Palm Fronds to Wind-Free™ Technology

The history of trying to keep cool in extreme temperatures is a long an interesting one – from slaves cooling royalty with palm fronds, to the latest digital air solutions which feature Wind-Free™ technology. Modern air conditioning relies on the process of evaporation to cool and humidify the air at the same time. While this […]

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Air Velocity Measurement

Introduction In air conditioning, heating and ventilating work, it is helpful to understand the techniques used to determine air velocity. In this field, air velocity(distance traveled per unit of time) is usually expressed in feet per minute (FPM). By multiplying air velocity by the cross section area of a duct, you can determine the air volume […]

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Why HVAC Should Own the Connected Home

The connected home subset of the Internet of Things (IoT) is poised for explosive growth. This is a natural fit for HVAC contractors.   There is little question that the connected home subset of the Internet of Things (IoT) is poised for explosive growth. Yet for it to actually take off, someone needs to be […]

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LG VRF systems featured in Baltimore sustainability center

LG Electronics USA is helping to provide sustainability efforts for the new Growing Green Center on the campus of the Parks & People Foundation. The organization is a nonprofit that hosts out-of-school time education and recreation youth programming while also supporting, renovating, and creating new park and green spaces throughout Baltimore. The newly dedicated Jean […]