A. O. Smith introduced the Product Preservers™ Powered Anode System. The new anodes, which are designed to provide maintenance-free protection for all water types, are available as an upgrade to replace the sacrificial anodes that come as industry standard equipment on tank-style heaters.
Continental Fan’s UBV Upblast Roof Ventilators provide aerodynamically efficient performance with airflow capacities to 61,000 cfm. The ventilator is constructed with a heavy duty welded steel base, galvanized butterfly exhaust damper section, and a spark resistant cast aluminum airfoil axial impeller.
Marley Engineered Products introduced its Artisan SmartSeries® Architectural Digital Wall Heater. The new wall heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in quiet operation and energy efficiencies. The unit features 5 day/2 day programmability with four daily program periods to respond to a variety of environment needs.
Roberts-Gordon LLC recently reintroduced the GORDONRAY® DF two-Stage, unitary low-intensity infrared heater. Due to the ability to fire at two distinct rates, the company says its GORDONRAY® DF provides energy efficient heat that can effectively adjust to sudden high heat-loss conditions or economically maintain steady comfort levels.
The Omega HHAQ-107 meter is ideal for making general measurements of mixed gas volatile organic compound (VOC) levels as part of an IAQ maintenance program. Since people spend most of their time inside homes, schools, and commercial buildings, measuring the health and comfort in the air is important.
In 2005, Swegon introduced the Parasol comfort module for ventilation and waterborne heating and cooling. It provides a fully adjustable 360-degree air spread pattern and a very low noise level. This combination makes it an ideal solution for offices, conference rooms, and many other applications.
Designed with 4-in flanged ports and only three moving parts, Tri-Rotor’s 200 Series pumps are heavy-duty, low-maintenance workhorses for pumping liquid and semi-solid materials with viscosities from 40/4 to 100,000/21625. Flow rates range from 58 to 240 gpm (200 gpm at 430 rpm). The 200 Series includes three head types: variable volume, relief valve, and transfer.
According to Greenheck, its new fully programmable energy management motor starter, Model MSEM, can be specifically adapted to the user’s needs. Available for single-phase (up to15 hp) or three-phase (up to 300 hp) commercial or industrial applications, Model MSEM features a Hand/Off/Auto keypad with LCD display to easily adjust settings.
The new Greenheck Model EAD-635, an adjustable blade louver in a 6-in deep frame, incorporates a drainable head member and adjustable drainable blades to channel water to the jambs that guide the water through vertical downspouts for escape at the sill.
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.