Quebec Natatorium Uses Geothermal, Reduced Refrigerant HVAC, Heat Recovery

Quebec Natatorium Uses Geothermal, Reduced Refrigerant HVAC, Heat Recovery

The new $18 million, 45,000-sq-foot Aquatic and Community Centre in Côte Saint-Luc, Quebec, employs a 500-ft-deep geothermal field, exhaust air heat recovery for preheating outside air, dehumidifier compressor heat recovery for free pool water heating, and a reduced refrigerant HVAC dehumidifier strategy. The city will … Read more…

Princeton Automates its Data Center’s HVAC

Automated Logic Corporation is providing building monitoring and control for the new high-performance computing research center at Princeton University. The centralized computing facility features sophisticated heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology monitored and controlled by Automated Logic’s WebCTRL system. Three chillers maintain water temperature at … Read more…

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