Making Cooling Tower Control More Reliable and Efficient

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on Jul 11, 2023 5:40:58 PM

Continuing where we left off with optimizing chilled water flow, this article is taking a look at cooling tower control for the same large shopping mall in the DC area. When EES showed up for the first time on site at the chiller/tower plant, the tower control was terrible. The control was “tuned” by the client’s local HVAC tech, and it went from off, to 90%, to off, every few minutes.

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Topics: control systems, dan luna, technology, open-loop controls

Peter Moskal's Travels: Turtle Rethink Expo

Posted by Peter Moskal on Jul 7, 2023 11:28:40 AM

The latest on Vice President of Production Pete Moskal’s travels to the Turtle Rethink Expo

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Topics: energy control systems, sustainability, Pete Moskal, Trade shows

Optimizing Chilled Water Flow Saves Money

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on May 26, 2023 2:18:18 PM

As part of an overall optimization and takeback of a commercial mall in Virginia, EES engineers, step by step, enhanced systems to make a chilled-water plant more efficient. This article is about optimizing the chilled water pumping and pressure loops. In future articles, we’ll dig into condenser water loops and the overall plant optimization.

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Topics: dan luna, technology

EES to Attend CSIA Executive Conference in New Orleans May 15-19, 2023

Posted by Bruce Marson on May 5, 2023 11:27:22 AM

The Engineered Energy Solutions executive and marketing teams will attend the 2023 CSIA Executive Conference May 15-19, 2023 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  In addition to the educational component of the conference, EES looks to make new connections and continue its successful partnerships with other control system integrators.

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Topics: pat miller, Pete Moskal, Bruce Marson, employees

Peter Moskal's Travels: Indoor Ag-Con

Posted by Peter Moskal on May 2, 2023 1:26:31 PM

The latest on Vice President of Production Pete Moskal’s travels to the Indoor Ag-Con

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Topics: Pete Moskal, Trade shows

EES Engineers Put a Wooden Stake into the Heart of Vampiric Outdoor Lighting Time Clocks

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on Apr 24, 2023 8:30:00 AM

Lighting based on time clocks can sometimes feel like it’s a draining the life out of your wallet. EES tackles this problem with a simple, closed-loop control solution.

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Topics: controls, control systems, engineering, dan luna, open-loop controls, outdoor lighting system

Stopping the Waste with Engineered Energy Solutions

Posted by Pat Miller on Apr 21, 2023 11:10:37 AM

Learn more about EES’ past and future of helping reduce energy usage while improving efficiency for their clients

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Topics: energy control systems, sustainability, pat miller, technology

The People of EES: Saving Lives, One Paw at a Time

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on Mar 31, 2023 12:01:19 PM

Get to Know Vice-President of Engineering Dan Luna and his a passion for animal rescue

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Peter Moskal's Travels: Growing Professionally and Expanding EES's Network Across the US

Posted by Peter Moskal on Mar 28, 2023 12:54:04 PM

Peter Moskal is hitting the road.  Stay tuned to this ongoing series as Peter shares insights into travels to conventions, conferences, and trade shows across the United States. As Vice President, it’s part of Peter’s responsibility to meet new people, expand his professional network, and learn about the latest industry developments. By attending events like the ASHRAE Expo in Atlanta, he can see new products and technologies, understand emerging trends, and develop valuable connections. These experiences allow Peter to enhance his professional development and bring new insights back to his team at EES. 

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Topics: Pete Moskal, employees, Trade shows

Rejuvenating Garage CO Safety Systems

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on Mar 24, 2023 1:59:49 PM

It has become common practice to build underground or under-building parking lots for facilities. Each structure requires a CO monitoring system that jumps in to action when the level of CO gas becomes too high. Every one of these systems requires periodic (semi-annual) calibration and testing to protect the patrons and the building owners.

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Topics: engineering, building controls, transportation, dan luna