This full-color product sheet highlights Nortec Industries Inc.'s (Palm Springs, CA) fogging nozzle and delivery system. Included is a complete product description that showcases key features of the nozzle.
This CD-ROM includes information on System Sensor's (Palatine, IL) duct smoke detector, product data sheets, installation manuals, part numbers, UL two-wire compatibility listing, agency listing, and a full-line product catalog.
Hartzell Fan, Inc. (Piqua, OH) has released a 24-page booklet highlighting its complete line of vaneaxial fans. Included are charts showing installation weights, construction features, performance data, and rating
This CD-ROM catalog is an electronic version of the Cooper Instrument Corporation's (Middlefield, CT) full-line printed catalog and contains production information on the company's time, temperature, and humidity instruments.
The RWC62 and RWC82 controllers from Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. (Buffalo Grove, IL) provide users independent, standalone ddc control precision, according to the manufacturer. The RWC62 features one digital
This full-color technical bulletin highlights the features and benefits of DuctSox's (Dubuque, IA) Stat-X products. Included are cross-sectional drawings of both the Low-Throw Series and Comfort-Flow Series, a list
This new, 16-page catalog provides descriptive information and pictures for all of Weil-McLain's (Michigan City, IN) product lines including its indirect-fired water heaters, radiant heating products, and baseboard products.
Greenheck Fan Corp.'s (Schofield, WI) Model S-Cube aluminum centrifugal roof upblast fan is highlighted in this booklet. Construction features, options and accessories, as well as performance and dimensional data
This two-sided brochure and specification sheet FROM Bananza Air Management Systems, Inc. (Kentwood, MI), details the flexibility and benefits of the company’s HotShot™ portable construction heater. Included are performance ratings,
Leaning on experience and data from various K-12 cities and projects, the author pursues some less conventional design approaches. They may revolve around radiant heating and/or cooling, but depending on school size and other factors, the smart use of heat recovery, DOAS, and improved central plants could also put a project on the HVAC honor roll.