Mitsubishi Electric claims that its advanced line of energy recovery ventilators help to meet the growing demand for improved indoor air quality in buildings while also helping satisfy requirements of ASHRAE standards 62 and 90.1.
Klein Tools released its new MM500 Auto Ranging Multimeter for verifying or troubleshooting electrical circuits. The instrument features a totally sealed IP67 dust and waterproof-rated case and 10-ft drop protection. The MM500 Auto Ranging Multimeter measures up to 750 volts AC and DC, resistance, and continuity.
CAS DataLoggers has partnered with Lascar to introduce the new Thermocouple WiFi Temperature Data Logger. Users can now remotely monitor products and environments using the loggers’ integrated display and from a remote PC via WiFi capability.
Johnson Controls has added ductless mini-split air conditioners and heat pumps to its York® Affinity™ Series and LX Series product lines to provide more heating and cooling options to homeowners and commercial building operators. These compact, energy-efficient units deliver cooling or heating to structures without installing air handlers and ductwork, providing a solution for buildings without ductwork or room for remodels.
Carrier has expanded its Evergreen® 19XR, XRV line of centrifugal chillers to include two-stage compression technology, providing building owners the choice of one or two stages to best tailor the solution to each unique site.
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.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.