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Eurovent Middle East To Host ‘HVACR Leadership Workshop’ Webinar On Third-Party Product Certification
Quality control, product performance and safety are topics which are being focused on more and more in a world driven by price competitiveness. Although manufacturers run stringent […]
Carrier Launches Healthy Buildings Program to Help Customers Reinvent Their Buildings for Occupant Health
Advanced solutions deliver healthy, safe, efficient and productive indoor environments for commercial buildings, marine, and more.
Eurovent Association Holds 63rd Annual Meeting Online In-View Of The Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic Spread
During its 63rd meeting, the General Assembly of the Eurovent Association defined a new vision for the future of the European HVACR industry. Mr. Naci Sahin starts the final year of […]
HVAC Supplies Shipped to All Your Sites
Amazon · Sponsored — The evolution of online purchasing has allowed for a single source for all business and HVAC supplies, including staggered shipping to multiple sites and analytics on purchases. Amazon Business supports rapid turnaround on all […]
Returning to Work? Add Legionella to Your List of Pathogen Concerns
Don’t let your facilities team be blindsighted by this common building-born lung infection.
Embraco Announces June Webinar on Hydrocarbons
Embraco, a Joinville, Brazil-based portfolio brand of Nidec Global Appliance, has announced two free webinars, one on the use of flammable natural refrigerants (hydrocarbons) and on […]
Report accuses AC companies of failing to innovate
UK: A new report claims the leading air conditioning and fridge manufacturers are accused of failing to innovate or make the latest technology widely available. The report is from […]
Mitsubishi urges UK government to back “green” technology
Deane Flint: “An increased focus on innovative technology is now more important than ever.” UK: Mitsubishi Electric has called on the UK government to pursue an increased […]
Researchers Question Whether COVID-19 Can Spread through Ventilation Systems
University of Alberta buildings to serve as a ‘living lab’ for a study on whether HVAC systems can help viruses spread, and how to improve filtration to prevent it.
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