One Engineer’s Opinion

One Engineer's Opinion graphic March 10, 2022

News, Technical Training

One Engineer’s Opinion: Confirm How Legitimate the Testing Procedures...

By Bruce Longino Before deciding on the best technology to keep your building occupants safe, confirm how legitimate the testing procedures are. I have seen […]

Bruce Longino, PE, LEED AP June 28, 2021

News

One Engineer’s Opinion: Why You Should Use Product-Integrated Direct...

The product integrated controls that I am speaking of are Direct Digital Controls that are factory-installed in HVAC equipment. One of the major benefits of […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic March 15, 2021

Editorial

One Engineer’s Opinion: Good Indoor Air Quality Is Necessary...

By Bruce Longino During this pandemic, IAQ became the topic of many conversations. Hopefully this COVID-19 pandemic will end when the world has enough people […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic May 28, 2020

Editorial

One Engineer’s Opinion: COVID-19 Has Totally Disrupted Our Lives

By Bruce Longino My wife and I have been “sheltered in place” for 74 days. It is a good thing I love being around her. […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic March 17, 2020

News

One Engineer’s Opinion: Should We Treat Chickens as Well...

By Bruce Longino You have read how important I believe it is to use Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionization (NBPI) to provide a healthy environment for children […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic December 03, 2019

News

Make Sure You are Getting the Ions You Paid...

By W. Bruce Longino, P.E., LEED AP Needlepoint Bi-polar ionization (NBPI) has become a major way to clean the air in commercial and residential facilities. […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic August 27, 2019

News

One Engineer’s Opinion: New Rooftop Design Could Make It...

By Bruce Longino In Georgia, Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHP) dominate school system designs. There are many reasons for this. Some of the many positives […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic June 10, 2019

News

One Engineer’s Opinion: Please Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid

By Bruce Longino Don’t “drink the Kool-Aid” phrase came from a great tragedy that occurred November 18, 1978 Jonestown, Guyana. Jim Jones had a cult […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic March 12, 2019

News

Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionization Just Gets Better and Better

The manufacturers of needlepoint ionization products are continuing to make improvements to help the end user. Some examples are: Almost no size restriction: A single […]

One Engineer's Opinion graphic December 03, 2018

News

One Engineer’s Opinion: Money is Not Everything

By Bruce Longino I have written in the past about the benefits of bi-polar ionization units installed in our HVAC systems. Bi-polar means there are […]

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