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Be Our Guest at the Online Green Schools Expo Next Week
The Virtual Green Expo on green schools takes place next weekThursday, August 4.
Don't miss this great opportunity to attend and participate. Register for this free online event now.
This dynamic event will bring a wealth of information, your industry peers, solution providers, green school authorities and industry leaders to your desk.
Attend and take part in
Taco will have more content and activities at the Taco Advanced Hydronics booth. Our representatives will be on hand throughout the day9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for live chat and to answer all your questions.
The Virtual Green Expo is only a week away. Register today and mark your calendar.
But should you attend? Yes, if you're involved in any capacity in making our schools greener, safer and better learning environments. This includes everyone from architects and building owners to contractors, engineers, facility managers, operations and maintenance personnel.'Like' Us on Facebook and a New iPad Could Be Yours
Visit the Taco Advanced Hydronics Facebook page, "like us" with a "thumbs" up and you'll be eligible to win an iPad.
We have three iPads to give away. We'll made a random drawing of all those who register for the contest when we reach the 600-, 800- and 1,000-registrant levels, so register today for three chances to win.
Visit our Facebook page to tap into the latest additions to this lively conversation.
Our Facebook community and Commercial Design Pro community at taco-hvac.com work hand-in-hand to promote exchange and sharing among commercial hydronic professionals.What's Your Take on Variable Speed Technology?
Over in the Commercial HVAC Design Pro community, Greg Cunniff, Taco Applications Engineering Manager, delves into the virtues of variable speed technology in cooling applications. With today's refrigerants less efficient than previous CFC refrigerants, variable speed technology to provide higher efficiency is more important than ever, he argues.
What do you say? Add your comments here.
Greg's is one voice of many in the Commercial Design Pro community—including your voice, we hope. The Design Pro community is where professionals go to read the blogs, listen to podcasts, watch the videos, download reports and articles, and share their knowledge, experience and informed opinions.
The new Design Pro community is FREE for all professionals with a stake in commercial HVAC designHVAC engineers and system designers, architects, design/build contractors, facility managers, building owners and anyone interested in sustainable systems and design.
If you're not there you're missing some great ideas, terrific examples of innovative and effective HVAC systems, plus the give and take that propels the leading edge of the industry.
Visit the Commercial Design Pro community now and get in on the activity, the sharing and the learning.*
The Commercial Design Pro community and the Advanced Hydronics Facebook page work hand-in-hand to promote sharing and an exchange of views among commercial hydronic professionals. Visit both communities regularly.
Thanks for your interest.
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