Rotobrush® International LLC has launched the BrushBeast, which was designed with a 90% increase in vacuum power. The company said that the BrushBeast allows for easy maneuvering into tight areas such as attics and crawl spaces.
To meet the need for optimum efficiency and energy savings across all building loads, Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced that its Design Envelope pumps are now also available for use with single phase power up to 7.5 hp.
Kohler Power Systems is launching two compact gaseous-fueled generators to meet growing demand for mobile power in new markets. The company says the units can easily switch between optional on-board LP fuel tanks and external LP liquid, LP gas, or natural gas fuel sources.
According to Ashcroft®, its pressure switches offer a unique selection of features to meet the requirements of most any industrial application. Available in a variety of sizes and configurations, the switches can be provided with NEMA 4 watertight and NEMA 7 explosion proof housings.
The AdvancedHVAC controller from Mitsubishi features customizable applications for integrating CITY MULTI® indoor units with third party equipment. Physical inputs and outputs can be used for reading sensors and energizing relays.
Johnson Controls launched the new York® Prestige™ rooftop units, which match the footprints of other manufacturers’ units. The new design reduces installation complexities and saves contractors time by eliminating the need for a curb adapter, which is typically required when a new unit does not identically match the existing unit footprint.
Danfoss Turbocor released its new TT350 for 380-volt 50Hz and 60Hz applications. Similar to the other TT series compressors, the TT350 380-volt 50Hz and 60Hz models are oil-free, variable-speed, magnetic bearing centrifugal compressors.