Two thermally-based renewable energy technologies that grab many headlines these days are solar water heating and geothermal heat pumps. Both of these technologies are ways of capturing solar energy. The solar thermal system does it in real time, whereas the…
A look at low temperature systems.
This follow up article to Part 1 in HPAC April 2012 discusses operator responsibility.
We have reached a point of decision as Cloud-based services now offer real choices.
The Canada Revenue Agency targets long-standing loopholes in the 2012 federal budget.
Radiant panels do not have to cover an entire floor, wall, or ceiling.
Maintain a consistent chilled water temperature during varying load conditions.
Release of radon guide reaffirms mechanical professionals’ leading role in the health and well being of Canadians.
THOSE OF YOU WHO FOLLOW HPAC MAGAZINE ON TWITTER (@HPACMAG) may have read the tweets regarding Bill C-38: Winnipeg MP notes “we keep unearthing all these little treasures hidden deep in the bowels of Bill C-38” and “I am loath…
The newest technologies aim to help work vehicles boost their usefulness and reduce operating costs.
Les Serres Lefort Inc., a Sainte-Clotilde-de-Châteauguay, QC-based specialty greenhouse company dedicated to the production of seedlings, recently unveiled its new biomass heating system. The leading edge system consists of two 6000 kW boilers, an open buffer tank of 1.3 million…
Design trend survey results show significant increase in specification of product integrating two functions.
Address the two biggest problems with HVAC split system components.
After 30 years it was time for a collector transplant.
Professionals discuss the potential in residential investigations.
Clear best practices and improved training are crucial undertakings for owners.
What are the important issues after the decision has been made to move forward with a refrigerant conversion?
How to extract more heat from a storage tank.
Stainless potable water tubing system enters Canadian marketplace.
Celebrating 15 years.
The influence of building materials, furnishings, finishings and a creative solution involving HVAC and interior design.
Cross bores: increasing safety and reducing risk.