Podcast Episode 31 | The Future of Engineering with Pradyut Paul

Managing engineering teams and data in multiple locations and offices can be a challenge. Existing solutions are bulky, require hefty implementation, are difficult to learn, and aren’t flexible enough. Bild has designed a secure and integrated way for engineers and hardware teams to share and collaborate on visual assets on the cloud. getbild.com


Podcast Episode 29 | Dirt and Air Separators: A MUST Have for Your Building System Loop

Protecting the investment in high-efficiency boilers, chillers, and other system components necessitates efficient fluid distribution. Eliminating air and dirt removes many routine maintenance items, saves energy, and improves overall system performance and heat transfer.  But, not all dirt and air separators are equal or perform the same. Tune in to see why we recommend Spirotherm dirt and air separator technology for many applications.


Podcast Episode 28 | The Battle: Counterflow vs Crossflow Cooling Towers

The great debate. There are predominantly 2 types of cooling towers – counterflow and crossflow. The primary distinction between crossflow and counterflow cooling towers is how the air passing through the cooling tower interacts with the process water being cooled. In a crossflow tower, air flows horizontally across the direction of the falling water, whereas air flows in the opposite direction (counter) to the direction of the falling water in a counterflow tower.


Podcast Episode 27 | Boilers 101 with Camus Hydronics

Don’t be confused by the rapidly advancing state of commercial boilers. Podcast guests Brad Carll (Camus) and Jeff Henderson (Midwest Machinery) give us a great introduction to the technology, when and how to use it, and what to look forward to in the near future.


The Future of Filtration with Permatron

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Have you ever wondered how much performance is actually reduced with dirty equipment? In this episode, Jim Moran of Permatron and Brian Gomski discuss HVAC equipment filtration and why it’s vital to peak performance.


Can Bipolar Ionization Neutralize Coronavirus?

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Bipolar ionization (BPI) technology emits charged particles that attach to and deactivate harmful substances like bacteria, allergens, mold, and viruses. It’s no wonder that this technology has already been used in areas such as large airports and Google headquarters to ensure high air quality and stave off the spread of germs.