Armstrong Fluid Technology has introduced a new chiller plant automation system targeted at optimizing the performance of air-cooled chiller plants. The company says the IPC 9511 streamlines plant operations and can lower operating costs. Facility managers and engineers can benefit from this fully field-configurable solution with automation features for constant speed and variable speed configurations.
As U.S. manufacturing recorded the greatest monthly increase so far in 2014, a recent survey involving members of the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) also points to an upswing in the automation industry.
FS-Elliott Co., LLC has released the R1000, the newest addition to the Regulus® control system line. The R1000 introduces new features that together enable plant operators to deal with energy costs. The control system features Ambient Compensation Control, a local control mode designed to automatically adjust the compressor set point based on changes in ambient conditions.
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.
American Auto-Matrix has releases the latest installment of its web-enabled building automation and energy control solution called AspectFT. AspectFT v2.0 was designed to make building automation simple for facility managers, integrating building control with everyday technology such as Twitter®, RSS, email, Google Calendar™, Microsoft® Outlook® and Apple® iCAL®.
The Thermox® WDG-V combustion analyzer can measure oxygen, combustibles, and methane levels in hot, wet flue gas. The company says its analyzer provides a reliable and cost-effective solution for monitoring combustion, reducing excess oxygen, lowering emissions of NOx, CO, and CO2 and improving operating efficiency.
Engineered Systems magazine’s June 2019 issue examines the role of HVAC systems and power in colleges and universities via the decentralization of a Missouri college’s central boiler plant, an examination of ventilation considerations in Group R-2 facilities, the steps engineers should consider when overcoming unanticipated boiler room setbacks, common calculations and considerations regarding NFPA 92, and much more.