TSI Inc. has introduced an expanded capability line of Hydronic Manometers. Models HM675 and HM685 can be used for balancing commercial hydronic heating and cooling systems, checking pump performance, and setting balancing valves.
Baltimore Aircoil Co., has unveiled its new and improved series 3000 Cooling Towers. The company says the towers have capacity increases of up to 16%, expanded selection flexibility, and reliable year-round operation.
In an effort to improve indoor air quality and save energy, Bosch Thermotechnology Corp. has introduced a new portfolio of IAQ accessories for integration with its Greensource line of geothermal heat pumps or other compatible HVAC systems.
Veris Industries has introduced the E5xxxA Series to its line of power and energy meters. The company says the series combines the metering performance expected from the traditional E5x family with the addition of a built-in integrator and power supply for the needed rope style CTs.
Fulton Companies has released a new line of condensing hydronic boilers. The Endura™ boiler is the latest addition to Fulton’s product offerings for the commercial heating market, and is offered in 1.5 million (EDR-1500) and 2 million (EDR-2000) Btus/hr.
AMETEK Process Instruments has released the Western Research® Model 9900RM, an advanced UV gas analyzer suitable for single or multi-component quantitative measurements. Free from H2O or CO2 interference, this gas analyzer measures UV-absorbable gas phase species with maximum accuracy and precision.
SpacePak has introduced AirCell, a new hydronic air distribution system for commercial and residential applications. AirCell is a modular and compact high-efficiency air distribution module that works in conjunction with any hydronic supply system including boilers, reverse cycle chillers, heat pumps, and geothermal systems.
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