Delta Controls has debuted the eZNTW, an advanced BACnet thermostat that expands the company’s enteliZONE thermostat product line. The company says its eZNTW boasts unique communications capabilities, such as onboard WiFi to make it IoT-ready and enOcean® wireless capabilities for HVAC controls and in-room integration with a variety of peripheral products, such as lighting, blinds, and door contact. The eZNTW also features a wide-range of sensing applications, from basic temperature monitoring to indoor air quality and occupancy sensing.
Armstrong Fluid Technology has unveiled the new Tango line of pumps. Ranging from 1hp to 10hp, company officials said the new line of Tango pumps is a completely integrated offering designed to further reduce first installed costs as well as ongoing lifetime costs by more than 30% over traditional approaches.
Lochinvar LLC announced that its Smart Touch™ control has been added as a standard feature on Power-Fin® boilers and water heaters from 500,000 to 2,000,000 Btuh. This enhancement comes after the technology was announced specifically for the larger boiler models. Now, the entire Power-Fin product family has this control.
Johnson Controls is introducing Verasys™, a plug-and-play controls system that integrates HVACR equipment and controls. According to the company, Verasys offers customers in the light commercial market a flexible, one-source procurement solution with advanced technology already embedded for the self-discovery of Smart Equipment™.
Providing guests with an enjoyable and comfortable stay is of utmost importance to staff at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, PA. Using Weil-McLain® boilers to upgrade the heating system at the club’s Weyhill Guest House helped ensure that guests experienced a “home away from home.”
As one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the southeastern United States, Childress Klein oversees and services nearly 40 million sq ft of office, industrial, retail and residential properties.
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.