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Leak detector: Extech

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Extech’s new RD300 detects all existing refrigerants used in various air-conditioning, cooling, and refrigeration systems. Designed to increase reliability in the field, the replaceable sensor tip has a built-in LED light with on/off switch to provide illumination in dimly lit areas.


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Moisture meter: FLIR Commercial Systems, Inc.

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The new FLIR MR77 moisture meter is designed to help users tackle critical HVAC, restoration, and remediation projects. According to the company, the device accurately measures moisture content in a wide range of wood types and building materials using a pinless sensor that captures non-destructive readings up to 0.75 in below material surfaces.


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Boiler: Laars

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The new MagnaTherm from Laars is a 95% thermal efficiency modulating-condensing boiler or volume water heater available in 2, 3 and 4 million Btuh sizes.


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Fire detection: System Sensor

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System Sensor’s new FAAST Fire Alarm Aspiration Sensing Technology® provides very early warning of smoke for high-value and critical facilities, as well as within challenging applications. Officials claim the FAAST detector’s newly added ability to directly integrate with fire alarm systems enables it to supply more detailed alarm, fault, and trouble information to the Fire Alarm Control Panel, thereby simplifying system monitoring, maintenance, and overall design.


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Building controls: Reliable Controls

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Reliable Controls has released the MACH-ProPoint Output (MPP-O) expansion module, a flexible solution ideal for applications with large output requirements. Featuring 16 universal outputs, the MPP-O provides maximum output flexibility.


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Coil cleaner: Goodway

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The CoilPro CC-400HF from Goodway provides a solution to cleaning thick evaporator and condenser coils. According to the company, there is either too much pressure that damages coils and fins or too little water volume to get through the thick coils.


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Data collection: GrayWolf Sensing

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GrayWolf has introduced remote, cloud-based access and control of any of its WiFi-enabled AdvancedSense®, WolfPack® or DirectSense® meters. GrayWolf manufactures various advanced, portable, and semi-permanent monitoring instruments for measurements that include TVOCs, carbon dioxide, formaldehyde, ozone, particulate, air velocity, differential pressure, relative humidity, temperature, carbon monoxide, and much more.


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Environmental meter: Anaheim Scientific

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Anaheim Scientific introduced the fourth model in its M-Series of mini-handheld environmental meters. The M140 – Mini Solar Power Meter can record watts per square meter with a range of 1,999.


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Video inspection: General Tools & Instruments

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The new PalmScope™ (DCS950) from General Tools & Instruments is a pocket-sized video inspection system built to survive the harsh environments of HVACR maintenance and plumbing. The instrument’s clamshell design allows the camera-tipped probe to be coiled safely and conveniently inside the device.


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Zone controller: Mitsubishi Electric US

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Mitsubishi Electric US has launched the new SmartME Zone Controller. The controller is a single-source integrated controls product for commercial HVAC systems of all sizes. The company says the advanced functions include temperature and humidity sensors, as well as an energy save setting, which controls the operation mode using a built-in occupancy and brightness sensors.


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