Category: Podcast

All of our Engineering Tomorrow podcast episodes in one place.

Podcast Episode 15 – Designing the State of the Art: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

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If you’re new to the commercial HVAC industry or a seasoned veteran, you’ll want to listen to this …

We had the pleasure of hosting some of the top folks in the AEC industry and set the cornerstone for a special series of episodes we are developing with CannonDesign. And because we’re in the “go big or go home” mindset, we decided to go huge and talk all about the complex engineering and architectural design of the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.


Midwest Machinery Hosts Successful Launch-Party to Introduce Hitachi VRF to the Saint Louis Market

The latest addition to Midwest Machinery’s portfolio promises to shake up the VRF market in Saint Louis.

Midwest Machinery Saint Louis hosted a launch party on February 7th to talk about the recent partnership with Hitachi VRF, and to introduce Hitachi VRF systems to engineers, contractors, and end-users.


Behind the Scenes with SPX: How Does a 100-year-old Company Still Drive HVAC Innovation?

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“Innovation is the outcome of a habit, not a random act.”

Sukan Ratnakar

In the 5th episode of our Engineering Tomorrow podcast, we hosted a very special guest who is an expert in cooling towers. His name is Ryan Miller, Regional Sales Manager at SPX Cooling Technologies.

Ryan clarifies what a cooling tower is, the history of Marley cooling towers and the relationship between Marley and SPX brands, then dives into one of our favorite topics to discuss: innovation.


The Thrilling World of VAV Boxes

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Buildings’ conditions change due to numerous factors such as occupancy, external weather conditions, and room sizes. Therefore, the amount of cool air required to keep the occupants’ comfort and to cool in different zones of a building is usually variant.

That’s the reason why VAV boxes are so important. In the 4th episode of our podcast, Stephen Higgins talks a little bit more about these units.