- Products & services. // Buildings;Oct95, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p80
Presents equipment and supplies for building management in the United States. Includes air quality controller; Carpet system; Table system.
- Products & services. // Buildings;Jun96, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p116
Presents equipment and supplies related to business management. Roofing systems; Elevator monitoring system; Water heating systems; Towel products; Rubber paver system.
- Products and services. // Buildings;Sep98, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p92
Focuses on several building equipment and supplies available in the United States market. Series 5800 Silicone Gasket Curtain Wall System; Wireless fire-rated glazing ceramic material from Technical Glass Products; Drane Kooler Water Tempering Device from Dri-Steem Humidifier Co.; T-8...
- Literature & catalogs. // Engineered Systems;Mar1995, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p50
Features various literature of interest to building managers. Includes brochures about desiccant rotors, desiccant dehumidifiers and flowmeters.
- Product profiles. // Engineered Systems;Mar1995, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p60
Features various products of use to building managers. Includes refrigerant recovery systems, duct liners and ceiling filter modules.
- Untitled. // Buildings;Aug93, Vol. 87 Issue 8, p113
Presents several building products. Gentex Corp.'s photoelectric smoke detector; Sto Industries' Sto Graffiti Buffer; Landis & Gyr Powers Inc.'s smoke control systems brochure; Renovisions Inc.'s Furniture Skates; Trane Co's compound specific refrigerant monitor; More.
- Validating BMS sensors for chiller condition monitoring. Wang, S.; Wang, J.; Burnett, J. // Transactions of the Institute of Measurement & Control;2001, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p201
A method based on energy balance is developed for diagnosing and validating the health states of the building management system (BMS) sensors (faults and biases) for monitoring chiller condition. A normalized energy balance residual is defined and used as the indices for fault detection. A...
- Study predicts future BAS growth to come from software, service. Randazzo, Mike // Energy User News;Nov96, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p18
Looks at a study by BCS Partners which examined building automation markets in the United States. Prediction that much of the industry's growth will come in the areas of software and service; Increased competition among controls vendors; Slow growth of the systems market.
- Harnessing energy information. Sullivan, C.C. // Energy User News;Jun99, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p1
Points out trends that drive the growth of demand for power metering and monitoring devices among building owners and managers. Cost savings; Promise of future emissions-credit trading; Installation of mini-meters; Utilization of local-area and wide-area networks to ease collection and...