Decarbonization does not always automatically become electrification. The enterprising engineer will first look at diverse ways to reduce the carbon use. Here is an example... READ MORE
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Welcome back to Part Two of our top 10 things to know about commercial electric boilers. As mentioned last week, HVAC and Plumbing Engineers are... READ MORE
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HVAC and Plumbing Engineers are discussing more decarbonization and electrification of systems with their clients. The use of electric boilers vs. gas fired condensing boilers... READ MORE
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Carbon reduction in building design is critical to the lifestyle of our future generations. Most engineers and their owner clients understand the concerns and welcome... READ MORE
Heating and cooling service contractors take the brunt of complaints over the high cost of condensing boiler repairs. A high efficiency condensing boiler heat exchanger... READ MORE
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Circulator series pumps are those small inline pumps that have fixed impeller choices with no impeller trimming available. When these pumps have ECM technology, the... READ MORE
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Previously, the R. L. Deppmann Monday Morning Minutes looked at pump location in a primary-variable boiler heating system. We made a very definitive statement about... READ MORE
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We recently received several calls for our recommendation on whether to pump into the boiler or out of the boiler in a primary variable heating... READ MORE
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Proper venting of hydronic condensing boilers is critical for the safety of occupants and the successful operation of the heating plant. The materials that may... READ MORE
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What is the minimum flow rate a variable speed pump can provide without damage to the pump? This is a question every engineer should ask... READ MORE
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