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Heat Pump: Bosch Thermotechnology

Continuing to expand on its existing heat pump product offerings, Bosch Thermotechnology says it has introduced a new split system version of its FHP LV Model package heat pump for commercial applications. Designed specifically for the new construction and replacement/retrofit market, the small footprint LV Split System heat pump comes in 8 sizes — 1.5 through 6 tons — and permits the condensing section to be placed remotely from the air handler section, allowing the unit to be placed in locations where space is limited or where the condenser needs to be located away from occupied areas to ensure minimum sound levels. The air handler section may be concealed within a variety of areas in the building for convenient connection to ventilation ducts.


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Space heaters: Cambridge Engineering

Expanding its new line of SA-Series space heaters, Cambridge Engineering has added the SA350, capable of delivering 350 MBH (350,000 Btus per hour) for commercial and industrial applications. The company says the space heater was designed with the needs of building owners and managers in mind. The heaters patented Blow-Thru® Direct Gas-Fired Space Heaters are built to efficiently and safely heat commercial and industrial facilities. The flagship S-Series is documented to achieve 40% to 70% energy savings over unit heaters or traditional boiler applications, according to officials.


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Blower heater: Chromolax

Chromalox says it has introduced a new extreme duty model of its blower heater line. Called the CXH-XD blower heater, the new unit is designed to withstand corrosive and wet environments and is ATEX certified.


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Odor neutralizer: Rotobrush

Rotobrush® International LLC has developed RotoFresh®. RotoFresh is an odor neutralizer that is designed for use in the air duct system. The gel is packaged in a tub that can placed in the return air ducts or near the source of the odor, and combats foul odors caused by mold, mildew, smoke, sewers, and toxic chemicals and other odors that can develop over time.


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Generator sets: Caterpillar Inc.

Caterpillar Inc. unveiled the latest addition to its new series of Cat® generator sets. The G3520H is the second of the H-Series product line now available for operation on natural gas fuel. This generator set is currently offered at 2,500 kWe power output at 50 Hz and 60 Hz.


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ERV: Coolerado

Coolerado claims its new ERV applies HMX performance to create a powerful and efficient energy recovery ventilation. Officials said Coolerado’s ERV supplies ASHRAE Standard 62.1 ventilation rates while dramatically reducing energy consumption. The ERV can be installed separately or in series with a roof top unit (RTU).


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Data Logging: Onset Computer Corp.

Onset announced the HOBO MX1101 data logger for measuring and transmitting temperature and humidity data wirelessly to mobile devices via Bluetooth Smart technology. The self-contained wireless data logger, which works with Onset’s free HOBOmobile app for logger setup and data management, enables the user to access data over a 100-ft range, at any time, from an iOS mobile device.


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Manifold: Uponor North America

Uponor North America is launching a new stainless-steel manifold targeted for residential and commercial radiant heating and cooling applications. Made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel, the manifold is available in 1-in and 1.25-in sizes in two through eight, 10, and 12 loop configurations.


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Daylighting system: Butler Manufacturing

Butler Manufacturing says building owners can now incorporate daylighting into existing buildings to minimize lighting-related electricity costs with the introduction of the RetroLite™ daylighting system. According to company officials, implementing daylighting technology can provide significant savings, as lighting-related electricity is often the highest operating expense in a building — frequently exceeding heating and cooling costs.


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Motion detectors: Grässlin GmbH

Grässlin GmbH has introduced a new portfolio of motion and presence detectors designed to lower energy costs and consumption. The Talis MW 180-12-1 is for outdoor lighting, such as entrances and driveways. The detector can be installed wherever light is needed upon arrival. According to the company, all that is needed is a screwdriver to secure the device to the desired wall. Then use the three knobs at the bottom of the device to adjust the detection range, switching time, and light level.


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