The latest multi-zone split system from Fujitsu is the AOU45RLXFZ, five-zone heat pump. The heat pump system permits connection of between two and five indoor units to one outdoor condensing unit. The company says the system offers high efficiency operation of up to 19.7 SEER and 10.3 HSPF.
Power management company Eaton has launched its new Pow-R-Line® PXBCM Branch Circuit Monitor panelboard. The integrated panelboard monitors up to 84 branch circuits and provides facility managers across industries with remote access to live energy readings.
Roberts-Gordon LLC recently reintroduced the GORDONRAY® DF two-Stage, unitary low-intensity infrared heater. Due to the ability to fire at two distinct rates, the company says its GORDONRAY® DF provides energy efficient heat that can effectively adjust to sudden high heat-loss conditions or economically maintain steady comfort levels.
Ebm-papst says it has developed a new EC fan line that ensures efficient, economical, and quiet operation. The size 500 axial fans from ebm-papst were specially engineered for use in outdoor heat pumps and have now been optimized for energy efficiency and noise reduction.
The York Direct Fit rooftop replacement solution from Johnson Controls now includes a full line of 3- to 8.5-ton packaged heat pumps. Like other products in the Direct Fit series, the company says its heat pumps feature an exact-fit replacement design that matches the units to footprints of other manufacturers’ units and reduces installation time, cost, and complexity by eliminating the need for a curb adapter.
Niles Steel Tank now offers 150- to 1,000-gallon electric water heaters from 12 to 162 kW. The heaters feature 150 psi ASME code glass lining, ASME temperature and PRV, internal fusing (above 120 amps), and magnesium anode rods.
Howden American Fan Company is offering the BCS Backwardly Inclined Fan for air purification in applications like woodworking, chemical mixing, welding, dry storage, and more. The BCS fan delivers non-overloading horsepower characteristics and stable performance over the entire pressure curve for maximum efficiency.
From a missing pipe hanger three floors down to steam traps past their prime, these stories show how steam system problems can originate inside the boiler room or far beyond it. Read more in February issue.