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Greater Aloonta Career and Technology Center Granted Accreditation

Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center in Altoona, Pennsylvania has been granted accreditation of their Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) program, by HVAC Excellence. The HVACR industry is one of the fastest growing occupations in the United States, featuring careers that cannot be exported or automated. It is also an industry undergoing tremendous change through technological advancements. To make certain that the HVACR program is keeping aligned with these changes,… Read More

ABM’s Energy Performance Contracting Program to Save Bryan County, Georgia, Over $16.4M

ABM (NYSE:ABM), a leading provider of facility solutions, has initiated an Energy Performance Contracting program for Bryan County, Georgia. ABM’s customized solution is projected to save Bryan County more than $16.4 million in energy and operating costs over a 15-year period, which will allow the county to dedicate funding to providing additional services as the county continues to meet the needs of a rapidly growing population. The project is scheduled for completion in early 2020. Read More

PHCC Members Advocate for Key Issues at 2019 Legislative Conference

During PHCC’s Legislative Conference held May 7-8, 2019, a very focused and energetic group of professional PHCC contractors, association executives and industry partners took to Capitol Hill to advocate for PHCC members before Congressional members to ensure: legislation is passed to address America’s infrastructure needs, especially water system upgrades; a regulatory environment that promotes fair competition; and affordable health care access for small businesses through Association Health Plans. PHCC President Ken Nielsen kicked off the… Read More

Why Actuators for Connected Industry Run on Brushless DC Motors

By Boris Wassmer, CIRCOR, RTK  Senior Manager, Engineering With no need for compressed air, early electric actuators could operate with less sound and less maintenance than the predominant pneumatic actuator. Of course, the standard pneumatic option offered its own apparent benefits – performance in extreme temperatures, for example, and an elegant simplicity. As a result, the flow control industry has stubbornly clung to pneumatic actuators, specifically in the American market, for decades. Now, the American… Read More
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