Installing a side-stream filtration system to cleanse cooling tower water helps maintain water efficiency across facilities, as the U.S. Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy has demonstrated.
Change. It is something that all of us are faced with these days. From COVID-19 to civil unrest, we are facing new business and personal challenges that can also provide opportunities, depending on how you look at them.
Chillventa, the Nuremberg, Germany-based biennial event that is one of the largest HVAC&R trade shows in the world, has been postponed until 2022, with a digital event now scheduled to take place on the original dates, October 13-15, 2020.
Looking for ways to earn professional development hours or continuing education credits despite the travel limitations imposed by COVID-19? The continuing education center for thermal processing, developed jointly by the thermal brands of BNP Media, offers courses specifically focused on industrial thermal processing.
According to research conducted by Clear Seas Research for the period April 16-20, 56 percent of active business and 50 percent of planned business throughout the manufacturing industry is still on schedule during the coronavirus pandemic.
An international refrigeration advocacy and education group issued a call to national governments to consider the various services of refrigeration and air conditioning as essential in the context of the spread of COVID-19 around the world.
U.K.-based Star Refrigeration is urging customers to continue to carry out planned preventive maintenance (PPM) of plant and equipment during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In line with government guidance, Star’s nationwide engineering team is continuing to provide essential support service for food production, processing, storage and distribution.
The nation's small businesses are facing an unprecedented economic disruption due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. On Friday, March 27, 2020, the president signed into law the CARES Act, which contains $376 billion in relief for American workers and small businesses.
The coronavirus and the COVID-19 disease it causes have reshaped how we live and how we do business. Though the situation is fluid as conditions continue to change, manufacturing remains an essential business in many locations. Maintaining the supply chain and access to necessary equipment will help support essential manufacturing operations.