CSD-1 Testing for State of Michigan Boiler Compliance

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What is a CSD-1? CSD-1 is a guideline that has been adopted as code in numerous states. CSD stands for Controls and Safety Devices, the rules of this Standard cover requirements for the assembly, installation, maintenance, and operation of controls and safety devices on automatically operated boilers directly fired with gas, oil, gas-oil, or electricity,… Read more »

Air Filters – Are They Really Important?

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Are they really important? In short, yes! Air filters are central, but often under-appreciated. The HVAC unit and the filter work in tandem in order to provide the space with clean and comfortable air and assists with increasing the lifespan of your HVAC system. Filters keep the coils and equipment free from dirt, dust, pollen… Read more »

Are You Thinking About Your Building Management System?

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A Building Management System (also known as a Building Automation System) is a computer based control system that controls and monitors mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, lighting, security and many other automated building functions.   Within the past year cyber security and technology has been in an ongoing update process. More and more building owners are… Read more »

Paper or Plastic?

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Plastic is becoming the new paper.  In the last year, credit cards have become the most preferred payment form in the United States.  With the increased acceptance of non-cash or check payments in addition to the costs of cutting and mailing a check, companies are turning to credit cards for daily business needs.  The cost… Read more »