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ACCA has published a new “Commercial Quality Maintenance Checklist.”
Air Solution Co. has introduced a Cottonwood Filter Screen and Hail Guard System. The system can stop hail and debris from causing problems in an HVAC system. They are compatible with all equipment makes and models and can protect air coils, air-handling units, cooling towers, louvers, and more.
The unique challenges required for HVAC design in rail passenger vehicles are being addressed in a proposed guideline from ASHRAE now open for public comment.
Global demand for HVAC equipment is forecast to increase 5.7% annually to $120 billion in 2018, according to a new study from The Freedonia Group.
According to Reznor, its HVAC equipment website has been updated in an effort to make product searches easier.
Telkonet Inc has released The EcoWave™ occupancy-based wireless unitary HVAC controller. The company says the controller is ideal for achieving the balance of energy efficiency and occupant comfort in fan coils, heat pumps, PTACs, and other unitary equipment used in spaces with unpredictable occupancy, such as hotel rooms, dormitories, residence halls, assisted living, public housing, and condominiums. It can be installed as a standalone controller or be networked with the ZigBee® based EcoSmart Intelligent Energy Management System for cloud-based total facility management.
DuctSox has introduced the OvalSox™, fabric duct designed for low clearance HVAC ventilation in industrial and commercial building applications. OvalSox, which ranges from 11 to 22 in high and 47 to 93 in wide, saves 13 to 27 in of head room versus round HVAC fabric and metal duct alternatives, according to the company. Officials also claim there is no air volume or air dispersion lost with OvalSox versus conventional duct that hangs too low and obstructs industrial overhead conveyors or high rising equipment. OvalSox is also ideal for datacenters with high rising security cages or low hung ceilings in offices and other commercial designs.
Powerhouse Dynamics has expanded the remote equipment control functionality of its enterprise energy and asset management system. In addition, the company reported that the system has been renamed SiteSage™, replacing the eMonitor™ name under which it has been known. SiteSage is designed for multi-site operators of small commercial facilities, such as restaurant, convenience store, and specialty retail chains. According to the company, the new SiteSage Controller has the ability to control equipment and has been extended beyond HVAC to any equipment including lighting.
ASHRAE is seeking papers for a conference focused on research in building design and system technologies for energy efficiency.
How and When to Apply Liquid Desiccant HVAC Systems For Greater Humidity Control and Energy Efficiency
On-Demand Dry air is essential for human comfort and keeps buildings free of bacteria and mold. In industrial processes, low and/or precise humidity conditions are vital for producing quality products in clean, safe conditions. Learn about liquid desiccant technology’s alternative approach to dehumidification and cooling.Read More