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.
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.