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
The company is now offering a line of stainless steel conductivity sensors for boiler and other high temperature conductivity applications. Two models with 3⁄4-in. threaded bodies allow for different insertion
The company’s LoSone® Select™ line of commercial ventilators is featured in this four-color booklet. Specification tables for each model and voltage are included as are photographs. Airflow charts, accessories, and
Advanced Ventilating Fans, which feature the WhisperCeiling™, WhisperLite™, and the WhisperWall™ Series, are designed to reduce the accumulation of excessive moisture and airborne contaminants. One key feature is the condenser
This full-color booklet describes the company’s gas-fired and unfired heaters, and unfired steam boilers. Each model is featured with a cross-sectional photograph, features, options, and application suggestions. The company’s gas-fired
This data sheet describes the features and benefits of the Chillgard® RT refrigerant monitor. Included is information on sensor technology, applications, expandability options and installation suggestions. Specifications such as performance
The company provides information on its line of direct, gas-fired industrial air and space heating equipment. The brochure covers in detail, the energy efficiency of its products, manufacturing compliance with
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.