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Combined heat and power (CHP), distributed generation (DG), and microgrids keep university campuses energized—fueled by natural gas.
Virtual pipelines go where no pipes have gone before.
Hunter’s HVLS product development looked at moving air from all sides.
The science and art of lubrication often is as important as the mechanical functions it enables.
Natural gas helps to maximize the efficiency of the stadium’s operations for a better bottom line.
Hydronic systems are gaining popularity due to their ease of installation, quiet operation, and safety compared to other heating technologies.
Industrial dryers are overcoming unique challenges and making improvements in energy efficiency, process control, and drying uniformity.
Gas humidification systems are becoming increasingly popular across North America due to the relatively low cost of natural gas.
Webcast presenter Tom Wenning from Energy Efficiency Research & Analysis (EERA) answered additional questions about topics such as artificial demand, dilute/dense phase transport replacement, and why you shouldn't open manual drain valves.