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Posted on Actuated Valves, Energy Efficiency, international, Water Construction News December 5, 2018 by Shaun Watson

Dampers make up a critical part of HVAC systems and getting the selection right is vital to long term performance. Here’s what you need to know to choose the right damper. The basics Dampers are used to control airflow through certain portions of an HVAC system. You may need them to open and close or […]

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Posted on Actuated Valves, international water, international water news, Water Construction News, Water Efficiency, Water Safety March 3, 2018 by Vittorio Bonomi

Ever wondered who is legally responsible for the cost of clean-up and repair of damage caused by water leaks in a condominium building? Sometimes it is the association’s responsibility, sometimes it is the owner’s responsibility and sometimes it is either or both of these parties insurance companies less deductibles but here are some tips to […]

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Death Cranes And Construction: A City-Wide Problem Not Recognized By The Mayor

Posted on Water Construction News March 24, 2016 by Enolgas USA

On Friday the 5th of February a crane was being lowered on Hudson Street and tragically it collapsed, which led to the death of David Wichs, a 38 year old. Additionally, the collapse damaged gas pipes, water mains, cars and buildings. Thousands of people had their lives disrupted due to evacuated buildings and closed streets. […]

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