Bell & Gossett has released a new line of circulators designed to handle larger and more demanding commercial HVAC and plumbing applications. The ecocirc XL 70-145 takes the head pressure range up to 70 ft. and the ecocirc XL 40-275 offers a new 3-in flange and provides high flow performance up to 275 gallons.
The Thermal Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials has developed a versatile fiber called Superwool® Sealcoat™ HT, which is suitable for use in nearly a dozen furnace lining applications. From primary liner to emergency repairs, and backup insulation to patching, the company claims the mastics are a perfect complement to Morgan’s range of fiber and dense refractory materials.
In 2005, Swegon introduced the Parasol comfort module for ventilation and waterborne heating and cooling. It provides a fully adjustable 360-degree air spread pattern and a very low noise level. This combination makes it an ideal solution for offices, conference rooms, and many other applications.
Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced two new enhancements to its Astro wet-rotor circulators, which the company says includes a larger wiring box for easier access and faster wiring on the 220, 225, 230, and 250 Series circulators.
Weil-McLain says it is now offering its most advanced high-efficiency condensing boiler. The new 95% AFUE Evergreen boiler is designed with simple controls and flexible functionality for multiple applications.
Pottorff has announced the addition of the ECV-645-MD 6-in deep, vertical blade louver to its Miami-Dade approved product line-up. The ECV-645-MD is AMCA rated for Air Performance and Wind-Driven Rain and is approved by the Florida Building Code.
Continental Fan says its FADP Fiberglass Panel Fans provide aerodynamically superior performance in a direct drive design. The FADP fan is ideal for corrosive environments or contaminated air stream applications.
Johnson Controls continues to expand its York magnetic-bearing centrifugal chillers (YMC2) offering with new, low-range capacities that extend to 165 tons/580 kW. With the addition of these lower capacities, the complete range of the YMC2 encompasses units from 165–600 tons (580kW to 2,110 kW).
Retrieving every last bit of performance from the system while stopping short of the surge line is no small feat. Dig into sizing, tower selection, chilled water loads and stability, and condenser water management to leave no efficiency stone unturned. Read more in April issue