Telling hvac's fortune

Beverly, Robert
December 1998
Engineered Systems;Dec98, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p48
Trade Publication
Cites future trends in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (hvac) industry in the United States. Impact of the Internet on the way the industry does its business; Emergence of new technologies that augment hvac systems; Popularity of desiccant dehumidification; Need for design guidelines to contain the cigarette smoke within the space; Collaboration with suppliers and customers.


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