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 heat smaller commercial and industrial facilities.
Hazloc Heaters™, a manufacturer of industrial unit heaters for hazardous and severe-duty locations, introduced the second generation of the Hydronic High Performance (HHP2) series of heat-exchanger unit heaters. The HHP2 series of heat-exchanger unit heaters is designed for rugged industrial applications in steam, hot water, glycol, or other fluid circulating heating systems.
The Liberty Series by Ace Heating Solutions LLC is a fully condensing, commercial water heater/boiler. According to the company, the Liberty is designed with high quality materials, including a stainless steel heat exchanger, allowing for a long service life.
According to Johnson Controls, its York LX Series packaged units set a higher standard to heat and cool residential and light commercial buildings, featuring a contractor-friendly design, reliable technology, and an advanced manufacturing process. The units are 29% more efficient, earning a 14 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating and exceeding U.S. Department of Energy efficiency standards.
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.
Johnson Controls recently unveiled its new York VRF solution, a benefit of the company’s recent Hitachi joint venture. The ductless and modular HVAC solution heats and cools multiple building zones to increase energy savings, improve occupant comfort, and lower construction costs. VRF features Hitachi’s high-efficiency compressors and is complemented by energy modeling and selection tools to measure and compare VRF to other HVAC technologies.
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.
Superior Radiant Products says its SRP Modulus™ adaptive modulating infrared tube heater provides thermal efficiencies in excess of 80%. Rates range from 80,000 to 200,000 Btuh with a 40% modulating differential.
Sterling HVAC announced the commercialization of the Xcelon system, a rooftop make-up air unit that combines hydronic condensing boiler technology with advanced air distribution and heat recovery methods for levels of efficiency up to 98%. Conceptualized and developed by Sterling, the Xcelon’s engineering integrates hydronic technology, a new air distribution system, and an integrated control platform to produce ultra-high efficiencies.
Engineered Systems magazine’s March 2020 issue showcases how students at one Apple Valley, Minnesota, high school helped the facility achieve LEED Gold; how engineers can design a system to heat a building using a chilled water system, the codes and steps behind adequately design a K-12 safety shelter, and much more.