International Environmental Corporation (IEC) has developed the MiniReStoraMOD™, a small and minimally invasive high-rise fan coil solution. Officials said the system allows for easy and fast replacement for hospitality, multifamily and higher education applications.
A new product designed by Nippon PMAC will now allow hotels to deliver room-by-room climate control of a 4-pipe system with no structural alteration to its existing 2-pipe installation. The system, known as PAFMAC, will provide hotel guests with room temperatures suited to their particular tastes.
International Environmental Corp. (IEC) has unveiled the ReStoraMOD™ modular hi-rise replacement fan coil series. Designed to streamline HVAC renovations in hospitality and other hi-rise environments, the company says the ReStoraMOD can be installed with minimal disturbance to existing wall and room finishes in as little as a few hours.
Extech’s new RD300 detects all existing refrigerants used in various air-conditioning, cooling, and refrigeration systems. Designed to increase reliability in the field, the replaceable sensor tip has a built-in LED light with on/off switch to provide illumination in dimly lit areas.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.