Fulton Steam Solutions has launched of a new line of electric steam boilers (FB-E series). Suitable for most any application requiring a design pressure of 100 PSI, the boilers can provide operating pressures up to 85 PSI. The FB-E units serve customers requiring efficient, high-quality saturated steam, including laboratories, hospitals, industrial plants, pilot plants, food and chemical processing applications.
Greenheck’s new ceiling exhaust fan Models SP-80 and SP-110 feature energy efficient EC motor technology. According to the company, they have been designed for nearly silent operation. An adjustable low-cfm setting allows precise adjustment to prevent over-ventilating and maximize efficiency, while an adjustable time delay sets how long the fan will run on high speed before returning to a continuous lower speed.
Baltimore Aircoil Company has launched the new Series 1500 Cooling Tower. The company says its Series 1500 Cooling Tower is one of the most serviceable units without compromising performance and fit. The cooling tower has capacity increases of up to 13%, new configurations almost doubling the tonnage range, reduced sound solutions, 26% reduction in annual maintenance costs, and reliable year-round operation.
Strobic Air has expanded its fume exhaust offering to include the new Mono-Stack fan which incorporates efficient nozzle design and high plume dispersion for pollution abatement, re-entrainment prevention, odor control, and energy recovery.
Seresco USA Inc. has expanded its Protocol NP-Series line of indoor swimming pool dehumidifiers to accommodate sizes of 90- to 140-ton units. A recent 25% capacity expansion to Seresco’s Ottawa, Ontario-based manufacturing factory helped facilitate an additional production line and satisfy a 40% increased demand for the newly-cataloged item.
The high-profile equipment involves an efficient, resilient trigeneration plant to provide heating, cooling, and power service. However, UConn’s most critical asset may be its forward-thinking, campus-wide energy strategy. Read more stories in June Issue 2017.