Introduction to Engineering Systems

A. HVAC

  • Heating (duct system)
  • Ventilating (windows, exhaust, fans)
  • Air-Conditioning (central, unitary, heart recover system, etc.)

B. Electrical

  • Power
  • Lighting
  • Emergency lighting
  • Emergency power
  • Communications cabling (telephone)
  • Data cabling (computer network)
  • Security systems

C. Plumbing

  • Water supply
  • Domestic cold and hot water
  • Sanitary waste and vent piping
  • Site and storm water drainage
  • Irrigation systems

D. Fire Protection

  • Portable fire extinguishers
  • Smoke detectors
  • Fire alarm system
  • Sprinklers and hydrant systems

E. Special Systems

  • Energy management systems
  • Solar systems
  • Ice storage systems
  • Computer-aided programming

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