The company’s complete line of boiler controls, liquid level controls, and flow switches is highlighted in this flyer. Designed as a quick reference for engineers, contractors, and wholesalers, the guide
This reference guide describes the company’s technological capabilities and the services it offers for designing its Networked Building Systems™ (NBS), building automation systems, and embedded networking solutions. Featured in the
This eight-page brochure highlights sentry guard coils in detail, and includes specifications, applications, and guarantee/warranty information. Other pertinent information includes a question and answer page, photos of basic units available,
The Air Aide™-3000 is a real-time, light-scattering aerosol monitor that is designed for the IAQ, industrial hygiene, and environmental air monitoring marketplace. The monitor comes with Windows-based software for storing
A new, 16-page catalog featuring direct-fired, makeup air units is available. The catalog provides technical drawings and dimensions, specifications, engineering data, and an hp selection guide by models. Also included
The Vert-I-Pak upflow line of self-contained air conditioners and heat pumps are now available in a wider range of capacities: 24,000, 30,000, 36,000, 42,000, 48,000, and 60,000 Btu. Typical applications
The Model 8051 Communications Bridge allows interoperability of non-DeviceNet controllers and devices to a DeviceNet network, according to the manufacturer. Other protocols that can be translated include BACnet, Modbus, DF1,
This new, 116-page catalog showcases the company’s complete line of valves, controllers, and regulators. Arranged by product category, the user-friendly book features specifications, ordering information, dimensional drawings, and product photographs.
Direct-gas-fired, forward curved makeup air heaters, Model GFC are featured in this booklet. Construction features, operation and optional controls, installation configurations, and options and accessories are also included. Principal dimensions
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.