EES Recent News – July 2009

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Our clients have benefited from our ability to find cost-effective solutions to complex environmental problems. As a boutique firm with decades of experience, we can provide unparalleled services coupled with exemplary client needs focus. Some recent examples of this include: We provided stack testing and construction permit assistance to a healthcare facility to allow them to upgrade two steam boilers. …

EES Recent News – October 2008

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Our clients have benefited from our ability to find cost-effective solutions to complex environmental problems. As a boutique firm with decades of experience, we can provide unparalleled services coupled with exemplary client needs focus. Some recent examples of this include: Assisted a specialty chemical manufacturer during the entire life-cycle of a ventilation system to control cadmium dust. EES designed, installed …

The Wizard Answers ALL!

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The Wizard of EES has been busy this summer with many questions in all types of situations. Remember, The Wizard is a free service and is ready to answer ANY Questions as you will read below. Question #1: Is it within code requirements to install a drop ceiling in a morgue instead of a hard ceiling? The Wizard’s Answer: I …

ASHRAE Standard 62: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

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American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Standard 62 specifies levels for ventilation rates and other indoor air quality parameters, such as formaldehyde, lead, and carbon monoxide. The Standard provides procedures for achieving acceptable indoor air quality. All updated Standards revise 62-1989 while keeping consistent with its scope and philosophy. None of the changes impact the design procedures …