Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. propane articles below.
MPS R-290 propane sensor detects leaks in applications that include air conditioning, vending machines, commercial refrigeration racks, and clothes dryers.
Water heating is often the first adoption of propane in a building during retrofits or during new construction off the gas mains.
As an energy source, propane offers facilities efficient, low-cost equipment operation that can help to lower overall carbon footprint.
The October 2020 issue looks at healthy, sustainable, resilient facilities, including mass notification, HVAC, green buildings, and more.
HVAC systems powered by propane offer flexibility for facilities in far-flung locations, among other potential benefits.
The June 2020 issue looks at the new post-COVID-19 workplace—from technology to infection control. Plus, access control, energy projects, and parking facilities.
The Propane Education & Research Council awards architectural and engineering firm TSP its 2019 Propane Project of the Year prize of $10,000 for its work on Andes Central High School in South Dakota.
The MGS-400 Series detects refrigerant leaks and quickly initiates alarm systems to help protect personnel and achieve compliance with safety standards.
HVAC, clothes dryers, and vehicle fleets are among the facility equipment that can be powered by propane, an alternative to other energy sources.