Tag: ASHRAE Audit level 2

Understanding ASHRAE Audit Levels: Optimizing Energy Efficiency in Buildings

In the pursuit of energy efficiency and sustainability, organizations and building owners are increasingly adopting audits conducted in accordance with the rigorous standards set by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). These audits play a vital role in identifying opportunities to enhance energy performance, improve occupant comfort, and reduce operational costs. […]

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Cooling Tower vs. Chilled Water Systems: Key Factors to Consider

Cooling towers and chilled water systems are both commonly used in commercial, industrial and pharmaceutical buildings for cooling purposes. While they serve the same purpose of removing heat from a building’s processes, they employ different mechanisms and offer distinct advantages. Understanding the differences between cooling towers and chilled water systems helps owners and engineers make […]

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Upgrading the HVAC system in a historical building

Historical buildings are architectural treasures that reflect our cultural heritage and provide a glimpse into the past. However, upgrading HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, including commissioning, poses unique challenges. Preserving history and providing modern comfort needs skilled MEP engineers and a careful approach. Commissioning and upgrading MEP systems in historical buildings while preserving […]

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