HANTEMP Controls has extended its line of stainless steel flanges designed to simplify installation and maintenance processes. The EZWLD line of stainless steel flanges now includes threaded flanges, which the company says can be easily connected to other threaded refrigeration components.
The NCC1991 condensing tankless water heater from Noritz America delivers a thermal efficiency of 95%, using natural gas, with an input range of 16,000 to 199,900 Btu. The company says this enables the unit to meet the hot water needs of larger residential applications as well as a wide variety of commercial projects. The NCC1991 is the low NOx version of Noritz’s NCC199 condensing tankless unit.
Capital Coil & Air now offers new and replacement coils for every application, including cooling or heating coils for replacement of existing coils or new jobs. Whether it’s 5/8-in OD, .5-in OD, or 3/8-in OD, Capital Coil says it can match existing dimensions and duplicate performance.
Bosch Thermotechnology will introduce a new sealed combustion, high-efficiency stainless steel boiler line with condensing technology. The SSB family will consist of a total of eight models in four separate housing sizes with inputs ranging from 85 MBH up to 1,024 MBH, applicable for use in small studio units all the way up to commercial buildings.
Continental Fan’s UDVL Upblast Roof Ventilators are designed to provide aerodynamically efficient performance and a low silhouette design. The ventilators are constructed with a heavy duty welded steel base, galvanized butterfly damper section, and a spark resistant cast aluminum airfoil axial impeller.
Victaulic expanded its Vic®-300 MasterSeal™ butterfly valve line with a completely stainless steel option. The company says the new Series 461 stainless steel butterfly valve provides a cost-competitive option for the HVAC and potable water markets.
VTS America has rolled out its Ventus “Born in the U.S.A.” line of air handling units. The company’s product line has been engineered specifically for North American applications in a range of markets, including healthcare facilities, office buildings, schools, and retail environments.
Leaning on experience and data from various K-12 cities and projects, the author pursues some less conventional design approaches. They may revolve around radiant heating and/or cooling, but depending on school size and other factors, the smart use of heat recovery, DOAS, and improved central plants could also put a project on the HVAC honor roll.