Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer?
Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer?

Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer?

Posted by Dan Jackson on Jan. 21, 2010 in Engineering

That’s an old HVAC engineer joke. Often when we’re asked to evaluate comfort problems, we find this was more than just a joke. A building’s cooling load is the rate of heat rejection required to keep it cool inside. Conversely, the heating load is the amount of added heat needed to keep it warm inside. […]

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Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer

Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer

Posted by Bob Schneider on Jan. 21, 2010 in Facility Operations

That’s an old HVAC engineer joke. Often when we’re asked to evaluate comfort problems, we find this was more than just a joke. A building’s cooling load is the rate of heat rejection required to keep it cool inside. Conversely, the heating load is the amount of added heat needed to keep it warm inside. […]

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Choose the Right Replacement Boiler

Choose the Right Replacement Boiler

Posted by Joe Weagraff on Dec. 15, 2009 in Engineering

Your boiler needs to be replaced. It’s old and inefficient and your natural gas costs are sky rocketing. What type of replacement boilers should you look at? There are condensing, non condensing, steel or copper water tube or fire tube, to name a few, and efficiencies range from 75% to 96%. You will need to […]

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How to Choose the Right Replacement Boiler

Posted by Joe Weagraff on Dec. 15, 2009 in Facility Operations

Your boiler needs to be replaced. It’s old and inefficient and your natural gas costs are sky rocketing. What type of replacement boilers should you look at? There are condensing, non condensing, steel or copper water tube or fire tube, to name a few, and efficiencies range from 75% to 96%. You will need to […]

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