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Today’s Industry Person of the Week is Scott Nichols who hails from Tuscaloosa, Alabama! Here is what he had to share! Q. How did you get started working in your field? Scott: I took drafting classes throughout high school and knew I wanted to do something in...
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Contributor: Danfoss Air conditioning professionals attending this year’s AHR Expo had the opportunity to preview Danfoss’ extensive portfolio of rooftop components that unite to help OEMs tackle seasonal efficiency and refrigerant changes— including...
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Contributor: KSB Solutions in the USA In general, the practice of “pumping through” an idle pump should be avoided. Energy is wasted and the wetted parts of the pump will still wear out, in some cases faster than a normally operating pump, due to the undesirable...
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Contributor: Flowserve The Challenge: Gulf Coast hurricanes, severe storms and a surge in rainfall have increased the flood risk for the city of Dallas’ business and citizens. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers assessed the city’s aging flood management...
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Contributor: Danfoss Danfoss is honored to win three Innovation Awards for developing the most inventive cooling, refrigeration and green building products showcased at this year’s AHR Expo, the HVACR industry’s biggest stage. Including our Product of the...
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Contributor: Applied Flow Technology What does hydraulic flow analysis software do? It helps real people, at real companies, solve real problems. For over 25 years, Applied Flow Technology (AFT) has developed industry-leading hydraulic flow software that allows...
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Author: Megan R. Nichols Despite technological advancements that have made the industry more green, mining still uses significant amounts of resources — water, land, carbon and energy — and often causes severe harm to the environment. This damage, if not...
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