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,
This new catalog features the Watts International’s (North Andover, MA) international products for commercial applications, including its G-4000M1 flanged ball valves and its DuoVent high-capacity air vent. Along with specific
The S-Series space heater from Cambridge Engineering, Inc. (Chesterfield, MO) has a patented gas burner design and has the industry's highest temperature rise and Btu/cfm ratio, according to the manufacturer.
The new EAML6625 airflow measuring louver from Ruskin (Kansas City, MO) combines a wind-driven, rain-resistant louver and an airflow measuring station in one assembly. The louver section is designed to
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.