Daikin Applied’s new SmartSource™ Compact vertical water source heat pump (WSHP) is designed to help facility managers and engineers who need to maximize building floor space and budgets. With a comprehensive selection of voltages, sizes, and special features (including hydronic heat and waterside economizer), the company says the SmartSource units give customers the flexibility to customize based on their job requirements for new construction or retrofit applications.
Uponor North America is offering a PEX purple pipe in sizes up to 2 in for commercial and residential reclaimed water applications. In addition to its existing .50-, .75- and 1-in sizes, Uponor AquaPEX® Reclaimed Water pipe is now available in 1.25-, 1.5-, and 2-in sizes as well.
The NCC1991 condensing tankless water heater from Noritz America delivers a thermal efficiency of 95%, using natural gas, with an input range of 16,000 to 199,900 Btu. The company says this enables the unit to meet the hot water needs of larger residential applications as well as a wide variety of commercial projects. The NCC1991 is the low NOx version of Noritz’s NCC199 condensing tankless unit.
All Laars commercial NeoTherm boilers now come with a large color touch screen as standard equipment. The company says the screen allows quick access to the control’s full functionality. A new variable speed boiler pump control option, VARI-PRIME™, is also available that optimizes total installed efficiency by matching boiler input modulation to pump flow.
Dri-Steem Corp. has released its new de-scaling pump kit. Company officials said the kit comes with a powerful pump that breaks down scale deposits in humidifier water tanks without the effort of hand-scraping.
DriSteem Corporation announced the addition of water treatment systems, expanding its product offerings in commercial humidification. The company claims these water treatment systems provide high purity water and can be installed with DriSteem equipment or used as stand-alone systems.
DriSteem has launched a new water treatment system that expands its product line and offers an all-in-one solution that integrates with DriSteem’s humidification and evaporative cooling systems. The reverse-osmosis and water pre-treatment systems are designed to deliver high-purity water for a wide variety of applications and processes, and provide easy-access and low maintenance components.
Pottorff is has introduced its new EXA-645 combination louver. The company says it is a high-performance louver with Best-In-Class AMCA certified performance for free area (50.4%) and a pressure loss of 0.15 in. wg. @1,272 fpm (6.46 m/s). The EXA-645 features stationary drainable louver blades that protect against water penetration along with an integral airfoil blade control damper which will allow for positive shutoff protection from air intake and exhaust openings.
Greenheck’s new Energy Recovery Filter System incorporates energy recovery technology into kitchen exhaust hoods. The system captures the waste heat produced by the cooking appliances that would otherwise be exhausted from a kitchen hood and uses it to preheat a portion of the incoming water supply that is directed into the patented energy recovery filters.