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Maximizing Efficiency with Hydronic Boilers

Jun 1, 2012 12:00 PM, By ALAN WEDAL Cleaver-Brooks Milwaukee, Wis.
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Versatile systems can play roles in many applications. Hydronic boilers enable efficient control and delivery of heat when and where it is needed.

Before the introduction of condensing-boiler technology, boilers typically operated at efficiencies of 80 to 85 percent. Today, condensing hydronic boilers can operate at efficiencies in the mid- to high 90s. Hydronic boilers can be used for either building heat or process hot-water applications. read more...

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Underfloor-Air-Distribution Design Concepts

May 6, 2008 12:02 PM, By Jenny Abney
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UFAD systems save energy and deliver better occupant comfort and indoor-air quality for certain applications

The placement of raised-floor tiles and carpet panels completed the installation of a raised-floor UFAD system in the New York Times Building in New York City. Personal round swirl diffusers were installed in this New York Times Building office. A terminal unit is put in position during the installation of a raised-floor UFAD system in the New York Times Building. An underfloor perimeter cooling system was installed in the Visteon Village project in Van Buren Township, Mich. read more...