Mission critical cooling manufacturer Stulz Air Technology Systems announced the launch of new indirect evaporative cooling equipment (IeCE) that uses the latest technology to provide high efficiency environmental control solutions for data centers.
GrayWolf has fully redesigned its AdvancedSense handheld environmental meter and now introduces the all-new AdvancedSense Pro. By connecting to GrayWolf’s range of probes, users can display and log from one up to 32 parameters simultaneously.
Sensaphone® has introduced a cellular version of its Sentinel™ system that provides 24/7 monitoring of unattended equipment and remote locations where Internet or Ethernet connectivity is unavailable. When the Sentinel system detects a problem such as leaks, temperature changes and power outages, it immediately sends alerts by phone, text, or email over standard cellular networks provided by AT&T or Verizon.
Rotobrush® International LLC has launched the BrushBeast, which was designed with a 90% increase in vacuum power. The company said that the BrushBeast allows for easy maneuvering into tight areas such as attics and crawl spaces.
Designed with 4-in flanged ports and only three moving parts, Tri-Rotor’s 200 Series pumps are heavy-duty, low-maintenance workhorses for pumping liquid and semi-solid materials with viscosities from 40/4 to 100,000/21625. Flow rates range from 58 to 240 gpm (200 gpm at 430 rpm). The 200 Series includes three head types: variable volume, relief valve, and transfer.
Greenheck has expanded its Air Measuring Damper (AMD) line with the addition of the AMD-TD series of thermal dispersion-based airflow measuring dampers. The AMD-TD series combines the functionality of a highly-accurate thermal dispersion airflow station and a low-leakage control damper to control airflow volumes to a target set point.
Daikin announced that its MXS 2, 3 and 4-port multi-zone heat pumps have been redesigned to improve application flexibility and heating efficiencies. The MXS is ideal for light commercial applications, providing individual comfort for up to four zones using a single outdoor condensing unit.
Many engineers tend to avoid or delegate the nitty gritty of a ground source heat pump system, from soil moisture effects to building system (im) balance. It's time for designers to get in the loop. Learn more about Grounded In Reality in the December issue. Other topics in the December issue include health care HVAC, Boilders, check out the Back2Basics, and more.