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3rd Annual Flowtoberfest 2016 Video Slideshow

Two weeks ago we posted a recap of the 3rd Annual Flowtoberfest. The post featured some great pictures of the event, but only a few. We wanted to make all the pictures available for our Flowtoberfest guests so they could view the ones of themselves and the ones of industry colleagues. Take a look at the video slideshow…

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Aircuity's Markets

Drive Reliable Energy Savings in Commercial Buildings with Aircuity CO2+™

Did you know HVAC costs in commercial buildings represent 1/3 of the total energy use? Aircuity CO2+ is an exciting new addition to the market place as it delivers reliable CO2  demand control ventilation (DCV) to reduce energy use, enhance the indoor environmental quality (IEQ) for occupants and provide insightful data on building ventilation performance. Nichole PetersenNichole joined Flow Tech in…

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Derek at UCHC

May 2015 Employee Feature: Derek Labbie Bleeds Flow Tech Blue

Flow Tech is extremely proud of our reputation for providing exceptional service within the AEC industry. We mention it frequently, but only because it’s true. We wouldn’t be where we are today without our dedicated service department. Today, we’re going to highlight one member of our service team individually- Derek Labbie. His birthday was earlier…

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ABB VFDs

4 Steps to Reduce Your HVAC Energy Costs with a Quick Payback

In an ever increasingly expensive business environment, saving money is important now more than ever. Many companies don’t realize their building systems contribute to a huge part of their economic health. Taking simple preventative measures will save time and money in the long run. Today’s post discusses 4 easy steps to reducing your HVAC energy costs, and with a quick payback!

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Hartford Hospital

Flow Tech Keeps Hartford Hospital’s ORs Running Safely and Efficiently

New construction is always an exciting thing. Everything in a building is brand new, never been used, and is in tip-top condition, including the HVAC and building systems. Eventually time passes and that brand new building becomes 10 years old, then 20, 30, and eventually 40+. Those once state-of-the-art and brand new building systems are now outdated, inefficient and need replacement.

Such was the case with Hartford Hospital’s Bliss Building. Built in 1970, the buildings original air-handling units had never been replaced, but were in dire need. Today’s blog features the case study about how Flow Tech was able to replace three of the hospital’s air-handling units with our disrupting their ORs…

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Bristol Community College

Zero Net Energy Without Adding Zeroes to Cost

Zero Net Energy Without Adding Zeroes to Cost A Zero Net Energy (ZNE) academic lab-science building is without precedent in the Northeast, but in 2016 Bristol Community College will lead the way in achieving this feat with the completed construction of its John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building, designed by Sasaki Associates. Achieving ZNE…

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