Greenheck’s new Model AFJ-601D stationary acoustic louver is Florida Building Code approved and Miami-Dade qualified for use in the Wind-Borne Debris Zone. Featuring a 6-in deep J blade, the AFJ-601D is designed to restrict the transmission of high and low frequency sounds generated by mechanical equipment and to act as an exterior weather louver.
Mission critical cooling manufacturer Stulz Air Technology Systems announced the launch of new indirect evaporative cooling equipment (IeCE) that uses the latest technology to provide high efficiency environmental control solutions for data centers.
Belimo Americas releases its new ZIP Packs. The packaged solution is designed to provide the necessary equipment to retrofit current systems — the ZIP economizer base, sensors, energy module for demand control ventilation (DCV) integration, spring return actuator, and retrofit brackets backed with a five-year warranty.
The Atlas Operating Room Ceiling System (AORCS) from Titus HVAC has been designed for flexibility in critical environments like operating and imaging rooms. The new AORCS offers the ability customize piece by piece.
Designed with the needs of building owners and their specifying engineers in mind, Cambridge Engineering has introduced a new line of Blow-Thru® Direct Gas Fired Space Heaters to efficiently and safely heat smaller commercial and industrial facilities.
MacroAir has released its new industrial fan line called AirVolution-D. According to the company, because of direct-drive motor technology, AirVolution-D is lighter, sleeker, and smarter without sacrificing power or efficiency. By completely eliminating the gearbox that can be found on traditional high-Volume, low speed (HVLS) fans currently on the market, more than 137 moving parts have been eliminated.
Groschopp Inc. has launched a family of brushless DC motor controls for its entire product line of BLDC motors and gearmotors. Designed to provide commutated power and variable speed control, the company claims these closed loop controls provide excellent speed regulation over a wide range of loads.
Honeywell has introduced its Din-Mon™ energy meters, communicating submeters that integrate with the Building Automation Systems and help building owners and managers monitor, measure, and reduce energy costs. In response to customer demand for easy installation, Honeywell says its Din-Mon energy meters can be installed on wall mounted DIN rail or in HVAC equipment enclosures.