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HVAC named one of four technologies stimulating energy-efficient job growth

According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), American energy-efficiency jobs are on the rise.

New technology finds its niche in rooftop inspections, promotional videos, surveillance, and more

A coil-cleaning program should be an integral part of maintaining some kinds of process cooling equipment.

WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital was looking to modernize mechanical systems to ensure reliability of critical patient-care functions.

Constructed in 1921, WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital in Gettysburg, Pa., has undergone a number of changes over the years. According to Joe Lehigh of the facility’s engineering team, the most recent were made chiefly to improve hospital operations.

Systematic and thorough attention to the fan and motor assemblies is essential to avoid the unexpected interruption of service.

Most catastrophic system failures are easily avoidable because they are linked to a negligent lack of maintenance. Evaporative cooling equipment, like a mechanical unit of machinery, requires preventative maintenance to maximize its utility.

Commercial contractors utilize alternative technology in today’s buildings

The approach of summer is a good time to check the performance and, more importantly, the physical condition of your cooling towers. After all, it’s easier to repair a tower when weather conditions don’t put a strain on its cooling capacity.

At EVAPCO, we understand the importance for environmental protection and are committed to carrying out that belief.

Now that spring has sprung, it's time to prepare for the cooling season to ensure you have optimum performance, reduced operating costs, no unscheduled equipment down time and no costly or aggravating emergency repairs.

Check out these spring start-up tips:

Prior to Turning on Fan and Pump Motors

Evapco is excited about its low-charge packaged ammonia chillers and Vice President Kurt Liebendorfer believes that moving forward we are going to see more adoption of such low-charge ammonia units.