Carrier has introduced its new ComfortVu BACnet thermostats. These thermostats offer control of a building's heating and cooling equipment from inside a facility or from any BACnet-based BMS, including Carrier’s i-Vu® building automation system.
The Rittal Blue e+ cooling units are now available in a roof-mounted version. The units, suitable for enclosures from a size of 800 mm by 600 mm (W x D) upwards, have a cooling output of 1.3 kW. The company says this means that cold air can also flow from above around the devices installed inside the enclosure, such as frequency converters. Alternatively, cooling can also be provided in combination with the new VX25 large enclosure system as a complete integration solution.
SPX Cooling Technologies has introduced its line of gearboxes, the New Marley M Series Geareducer. The company said the New Marley M Series Geareducer are designed and manufactured to directly and easily replace other OEM gearboxes in field-erected cooling towers.
SPX Cooling Technologies has introduced the Marley MBX EZ Pack Fill. The company says the high-performing fill provides easy handling and assembly for faster installations. Specifically designed for fill replacement projects, the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pack fill delivers to the job site in two pieces and is bottom-supported.
STULZ has added chillers with a stepless capacity control (EC compressor) and an output from 20 to 100 kW to its portfolio. Chillers from the CyberCool Indoor series have been designed for indoor installation. The new version was specially engineered to precisely adapt to low or fluctuating heat loads. With a maximized temperature range from 4ºC to 18°C at the chilled water outlet, the CyberCool Indoor is suitable for a broad range of applications including data centers, medical technology, and process industries.
On Demand Using PEX in hydronic heating and cooling applications is a growing trend in the commercial building industry due to the product’s durability and ease of use. This webinar will focus on the benefits of PEX in hydronic applications, including fan-coil units, VAVs, AHUs, unit heaters, radiant manifolds, and more and explore the differences and similarities of using PEX compared to other piping materials.
On Demand It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity! At Pfizer Pharmaceutical, this isn’t simply a notion of comfort, it’s a battle cry for engineers responsible for controlling the indoor environment at the company’s pill-manufacturing facility in Puerto Rico. So, when Pfizer began a large HVAC renovation, the company knew tight ductwork was essential. After several failed attempts at traditional manual sealing, contractors recommended a new internal approach to duct sealing. To prove success, painstaking measurements were taken before and after the work was done.
Engineered Systems magazine’s September 2019 issue questions the need for multiple building codes that cover the same subjects, examines the dos and don’ts of power systems for critical facilities, offers tips on how to select the proper centrifugal pump circuit flow controls, and much more.