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Balancing Dampers
 
Grandview, Mo.-based Ruskin released its pressure-independent automatic balancing dampers (ABDs).

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Larson Electronics has released an explosion-proof fan designed for spot cooling hazardous locations.

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Concept by US has introduced the Powerstation 247, a complete and fully integrated “plug and play” scalable solar energy usage and storage system with built-in battery storage.
 
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Sustainable Product Database
 
Northbrook, Ill.-based UL recently debuted SPOT, a web-based sustainability information tool that will facilitate the selection of credible green products and enable the design community to apply that information into the Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow.

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Stanley Access Technologies debuted the Dura-Glide Greenstar series as part of a product line that generates energy savings for buildings during all hours of the day. 

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Nora Lighting introduces SWITCHEX, the revolutionary all-in-one driver/dimmer for LED products, including Nora LED lightbars, LED puck lights and LED tape lights. 

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Energy Management System
 
Melville, N.Y.-based Leviton recently launched its new VerifEye BMO 3.0 web-based software and mobile app.

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Atmospheric Water Generators

The Skywater 300 works by converting humidity that naturally exists in the air into water vapor. Air is drawn through the vents and then passes into the condensation chamber.

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The Essentia LED surface wrap designed by Durham, N.C.-based Cree provides clean lighting while lessening the demand on fluorescent bulbs.

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