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  • The Internet Of Things (IOT) can take HVAC system efficiency to the next level, reducing energy costs and increasing sustainability. Utilizing the technologies associated with the IOT, heating and cooling systems can fine tune function like never before. These micro-adjustments can result in significant energy cost savings, with some seeing as much as a 30 percent reduction in their energy bills. Indeed, making the shift to smart HVAC system has the potential to pay for itself over time.


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  • Having nice cool air in the summertime is essential to keeping you and your family comfortable when you’re at home. Most homes have a central air conditioning unit that is responsible for cooling down the house. When this unit is properly cleaned, it will produce cool air all day long.


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  • Staying cool in summer’s sweltering heat can be challenging especially when you don’t have air conditioning. If you do have A/C, you’ll notice that your utility bill skyrockets during the warmest months. You may be wondering if running your air conditioning is worth it. Maybe not. Find out by reading these 10 ways to stay cool without using A/C.


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  • Advanced controls for heating, ventilation and air conditioning have taken home technology to another level. HVAC use sensor mechanism and the control strategy that is linked to a server system, it is able to able modulate temperature levels, flow rates, capacity and many more. This technology also can continuously adapt operations to suit the demand and detect faults which require maintenance.


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  • When school let’s out, most people look forward to all the fun summer festivities out in the bright sun. Until it gets a little too hot that is. For example, summer months can see temperatures of up to 110 degrees in Oklahoma. The sun bears down on you and you turn up the dial on your air conditioning. In turn, your energy bill skyrockets!


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  • It seems COVID-19 is something people may have to just deal with. This doesn’t mean people should jump into the fire because you can’t escape but rather figure out ways to avoid getting burned. Thankfully, commercial buildings are evolving to meet this new world.


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  • When it comes to the R-22 refrigerant, here are some important things to know about your air conditioning system. For one, if the air-conditioning system in your house or business is more than a decade old, or installed before 2010, the R-22 refrigerant is most likely used. R-22 is a chemical, which keeps air that moves out of the AC system cool. This refrigerant chemical is identified most commonly as Freon, or HCFC-22, as noted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).


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  • COVID-19 has forced many of us to stay in our homes. For those of us who are out in the working world, high temperatures may be forcing us to stay in our air conditioned office buildings. The need to shelter in place may be putting us at greater risk of catching the virus


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  • Some units come with an evaporative technology that doesn’t leave any water for you to drain. Whereas, others come with a drain pipe or water bucket that helps you flow out the gathered water at a location of your choice or chuck it out after a few days, respectively.


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  • There is a new breakthrough in the COVID-19 pandemic situation. It has been discovered that a certain type of ultraviolet (UV) light may help in the war against the coronavirus. This light is called far-UVC light which is a narrow band of ultraviolet light. This type of UV light is found to be effective in killing bacteria and airborne viruses like the coronavirus. UV light is already known for killing germs and is already used in some hospitals. However, some UV lights can be harmful to humans because they can cause cancer and cataracts. Scientists and manufacturers are working hard to make safe far-UVC lights available to the public to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The hope is that these lights will improve air quality in homes and public places such as hospitals, schools, stores, airports and public transportation.


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