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Sick building syndrome

What is Sick Building Syndrome?

Sick building syndrome is the term given to a myriad of illnesses and symptoms that strike a number of occupants of particular buildings. Humans are

Control Description Language to Become an ASHRAE Standard

Properly designed and implemented sequences for building control can dramatically improve the energy efficiency, comfort and safety of commercial buildings. Unfortunately the process to develop,

Johnson Controls Supports U.S. Military Efforts in Health Pandemic

Temporary structures require HVAC to provide safe and comfortable environments for healthcare professionals and patients combatting COVID-19 MILWAUKEE — Johnson Controls Ducted Systems teams continue to

Industries

Volvo Solar Truck

Solar Powered HVAC Keeps Trucking cool

When most business people travel for their jobs, they retire to their hotel room at the end of the day. However, when long-haul

Air Quality

Indoor Air Quality Monitoring in workplace

Why is Indoor Air Quality Monitoring Important in the Workplace?

Indoor air quality monitoring is important for employees’ health and safety. Invisible pollutants such as carbon monoxide, traffic toxic fumes. And other harmful chemicals may cause

Tech Tips

What is Tridium’s Niagara Platform?

I announced that I was working on an upcoming article, and it is to be one regarding a general overview of the Tridium Niagara R2, AX, and N4 products. I asked for input, requests, or suggestions from anyone interested in this subject matter. I was inundated with a tremendous amount

BACnet MS/TP Protocol Over RS-485, Best Practices

BACnet MS/TP over RS-485 is one of the most common and cost-effective solutions for a network of Building Management System (BMS) controllers. I know that the current trend is for BACnet over IP based networks, but the tried and true BACnet over RS-485 networks have their merits. There are tremendous

AC Not Working

My HVAC System Will Not Turn On – What Should I Do?

What checklist for a Broken HVAC System Can I Use? The middle of a hot summer, or no matter where your company is located in the world where the climate includes extremely high temperatures is the worst time to find out your HVAC system won’t turn on.  Your first reaction

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David Smith

David Smith

Application/Design Engineer - HVAC/R and Building Automation Controls & Mechanical Consultant

Experienced Design Application/Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Skilled in HVAC/R, BMS, AutoCAD, Process Control, Control Systems Design, Fans, VFDs, Pumps, and Facility Management. Strong information technology professional expert in industrial networking, databases, and integration. Education Liberty University and SUNY Canton.

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