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    ASPE celebrates 50 years

    Chicago — In 1964, a small group of plumbing engineers in Southern California formed the first national organization dedicated exclusively to the needs of the plumbing engineering community: the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE). This year, ASPE will honor their accomplishment, the accomplishments of …

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    AHR Expo to donate to NYC organization

    Westport, Conn. — International Exposition Company, producer of the 2014 AHR Expo in New York City, January 21-23, announced that $12,525 will be donated to the Youth Action YouthBuild (YAYB) organization based in New York City’s East Harlem community. The $12,525 donation is funded by …

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  • Dan Holohan

    New York stupid

    Years ago, I flew to Denver to visit a guy who had heard that I like steam heating a lot but he still thought I was stupid.  We’d never met but we’d talked on the phone and he was convinced I was just plain wrong. …

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    The Most Influential Products of 2013 — Thermostats

    As we are extremely excited about what 2014 holds in store in terms of technology, Mechanical Hub takes a look back at the most influential products of 2013. Technology is continuously improving and this is evident with the evolution of thermostats. The next generation of …

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    Prevent Frozen Pipes With These Tips

    The extreme cold combined with wind chill creates a substantial risk for frozen or burst pipes. As freezing water turns to ice within the pipe, it expands and can block the line. This blockage can create excessive pressure throughout the system and cause pipe failure …

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    EPA to curb woodstove & heater pollution

    Washington — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing standards for the amount of air pollution that can be emitted by new woodstoves and heaters, beginning in 2015. The agency’s proposal would make the next generation of stoves and heaters an estimated 80 percent …

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    Refrigeration Guide Downloadable

    Atlanta — Sixty percent of energy use in supermarkets is attributed to refrigeration, and studies have shown commissioning could result in 7 to 25 percent energy savings. A new guide from ASHRAE outlines a commissioning process that would result in substantial savings. “Refrigeration Commissioning Guide …

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    Oh What A Year It Was!

    Here’s my list. You know, just like everyone else does at the end of the year: “Top this or that of 2013.” Only I’d don’t think there will be too many lists quite like it. It is hard to avoid looking back over the past …

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