The Ultimate Boiler System Layout Tips

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Midwest Machinery has sold and started up A TON of boilers to date.

In the last 10 years, high-efficiency, high turn-down boilers have become the gold standard. Just like a Ferrari, which needs the right fuel, brakes, tires and equipment precisely tuned to run like a champ – so does your new boiler.


Is Your Cooling Tower Ready For Spring? 4 Things You Should Do Before the Spring Startup

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Source: SPX Cooling Technologies

Spring is coming, and sooner than later you will have to start up your cooling tower again. If you have worked on a season lay-up or storage inhibitors, your job will be easier. But most of us get so involved in cleaning, repairing or replacing chillers that forget about the importance of maintaining the cooling tower in the cold season. If that is the case, your startup process will need more attention.


Disneyland and Legionella?

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According to CNN, Increased cases of legionella were found in the region around Disneyland and local businesses were tipped off by the center for health. Disney did a fantastic job of answering the call and completing advanced bacteria testing on their system water. But, the results were not ideal …


Midwest Machinery General Manager Nolan Chance Wins the Annual SPX Marley Ed Seniza Award in Chicago

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From left: Ryan Miller (SPX), Nolan Chance, Doug Bougher (SPX) and Graham Glander (SPX) at the 2018 SPX Rep Breakfast in Chicago.

The 2018 AHR Expo event in Chicago always brings surprises to all its attendees, such as new products, trends, and technologies.

This year was not different.


How Dirt and Air Separators Can Improve Chiller Efficiency in Your Building and Reduce Maintenance Costs

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Source: Spirotherm (www.spirotherm.com)

Your chiller is a piece of equipment that significantly impacts energy consumption. An efficient and well-maintained chiller can still be responsible for about 25% of your energy costs, and each degree of efficiency that you lose can make your costs grow up to 3%.