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How preventive maintenance has paid off in Gwinnett County; meeting critical cooling requirements at a complex installation; 20 ways to MAX-imize energy and time; creating quality ice conditions for curling


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Georgia School District Learns the Value of Preventive Maintenance »

Prize-winning school district is committed to carefully maintaining all of its facilities to support energy efficient and cost effective operations, and to ensure the safety and comfort of students so that teaching and learning can thrive.
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Tech Tip: How to Get More Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance Done in Less Time »

An HVAC technician in Chicago shares some of the troubleshooting and preventive maintenance tips he collected using Fluke Connect for day-to-day troubleshooting applications such as checking fan-cycling controls and monitoring signals to a VFD located in a supply air cabinet.
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Meeting Critical Cooling Requirements »

A complex HVAC installation is only as strong as its weakest link. With examples and explanation, here’s why it’s vital that the pumps and cooling tower fans are aligned properly and do not have any unusual vibration.
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Twenty Ways the Fluke 62 MAX+ Infrared Thermometer Can Save You Energy and Time »

In just a few weeks of using the MAX+ this senior HVAC technician and troubleshooter found many ways it could help him. Here are twenty of them.
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A Slippery Slope? Not for Curling’s Ice Technologists »

Creating the quality ice a successful curling competition demands can be a challenge—or an opportunity. It’s all in how you see it.