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Chiller: Daikin Applied

Daikin Applied has expanded its Magnitude WMC chiller line to include four additional sizes – WMC125, 200, 225, and 275. The product is ideal for most commercial applications including hospitals, small to midsized data centers, schools, and office buildings. The company says the expanded line provides greater flexibility for engineers who can now closely match chillers to the specifications of the job and apply magnetic bearing chillers on many more projects.


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Cabinet: Tate Airflow

Tate® Airflow is introducing IsoFlo™, a fully contained cabinet. The IsoFlo cabinet offers a more efficient and flexible data center design when compared to aisle containment systems, according to the company.


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Generators: Kohler Power Systems

Kohler Power Systems is launching two compact gaseous-fueled generators to meet growing demand for mobile power in new markets. The company says the units can easily switch between optional on-board LP fuel tanks and external LP liquid, LP gas, or natural gas fuel sources.


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Air Quality: Fellowes Inc.

Fellowes, Inc. introduced its line of air quality control systems designed to reduce the presence of airborne germs, allergens, and odor in public and shared spaces, such as restrooms, cafeterias, break and waiting rooms. AeraMax® PRO air quality control systems are designed specifically for installation in public and shared spaces.


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AC Maintenance: RectorSeal Corp.

RectorSeal Corp. has developed Actabs® DMSS, a micro-biocide and dissolving treatment for contaminated solids designed specifically for maintaining clean condensate pans and drain line orifices in ductless and mini-split system (DMSS) air conditioning units.


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Rooftop units: Lennox

Lennox has expanded its Energence® rooftop line with new ultra-high-efficiency models. Lennox’ ultra-high-efficiency Energence units feature efficiencies of up to 21.5 IEER and 13.9EER resulting in overall lower operating costs and service, which the company says contributes to the lowest total cost of ownership. Energence ultra-high-efficiency units are designed to offer customers energy savings with features such as the Advanced Cooling System and the DirectPlus™ blower system. In addition to sustained savings, the Energence ultra-high-efficiency lineup exceeds ASHRAE 90.1 minimum standards by 92%, exceeds CEE Tier 1 and 2 efficiency minimum requirements, and qualifies for many potential utility rebates and incentives, while also providing additional options to meet California Energy Code Title 24.


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Fans: Continental Fan

Continental Fan's line of Industrial FVIB Fiberglass Vaneaxial Fans is designed to provide aerodynamically efficient performance in a belt drive design.


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Pumps: Grundfos

Grundfos has released the Comfort PM Auto range of intelligent and energy-efficient hot water recirculation pumps. The company says the pumps eliminate the wait for hot water at showerheads and sink taps. Compared with conventional pumps that run continuously, company officials claim the Comfort PM Auto is capable of reducing energy costs by as much as 96% thanks to the Autoadapt feature, which ensures that the pump runs only when required.


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Air handler: Daikin Applied

Daikin Applied has added natural gas heating as an option to its Skyline™ commercial outdoor air handler line. The gas heat option provides lower operating cost and increased energy saving solutions for building owners and facility managers, while maximizing HVAC system performance, according to the company.


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Axial fan: Rosenberg USA

Rosenberg USA released a new version of its ETRI 148V Series AC axial fan featuring an aluminum body that reduces weight by nearly 20% to less than 2 lbs. The company claims its new fans outperform competitive models in airflow by 9% and life expectancy by 33% to 50%.


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