Allied Commercial has added 13- to 25-ton models to its high-efficiency K-Series product line, which currently includes 7.5- to 10-ton high-efficiency gas/electric and electric/electric models introduced earlier this year. Designed for integration into spec and bid, and replacement markets, the company says its high-efficiency K-Series models help commercial buildings meet or exceed sustainability standards while helping users to conserve energy and take advantage of federal and local energy-efficiency incentives.
Greenheck’s Vari-Flow integrated kitchen ventilation systems allow foodservice managers and building owners to reduce energy costs by more precisely modulating exhaust and supply airflows to match cooking operation demands.
American Auto-Matrix has releases the latest installment of its web-enabled building automation and energy control solution called AspectFT. AspectFT v2.0 was designed to make building automation simple for facility managers, integrating building control with everyday technology such as Twitter®, RSS, email, Google Calendar™, Microsoft® Outlook® and Apple® iCAL®.
Stinger UV-C fixturing from UV Resources is designed to destroy surface microbes and degrade organic materials that impede HVAC system efficiency, as well as contribute to allergies, poor IAQ, and airborne-transmitted disease.
Carrier has released the second size range of its WeatherExpert™ Series, the company’s highest efficiency commercial rooftops. Models are available from 6- to 23-tons; adding to a current model line-up that includes 3- to 5-ton units. The WeatherExpert line has Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio ratings up to 21.0. This exceeds the Consortium of Energy Efficiency tier II performance criteria, which many utilities use for rebates.
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.