The Type FA10 Coalescing Filter is designed to remove liquid aerosols and sub-micron particles from compressed air; the FA12 Filter Regulator with Coalescing Filter combines the coalescing filter with a high-performance filter regulator in one convenient piggy-back assembly.
Available in 150- and 125-A capacities, this product is suited for HVACR applications. Engineered with a double-break contact mechanism for dependable performance, the patented low-friction spindle bearing design minimizes the amount of force needed for operation.
Regal Beloit Corporation, a manufacturer of electric motors, electrical motion controls, power generation equipment, and power transmission components, announces the release of the new Genteq Evergreen VS product line of variable-speed replacement motors. Genteq Evergreen motors are reliable, easy-to-install, electronically commutated motor (ECM) retrofits designed for use in residential and light commercial HVAC systems.
How new technology water pumps with pressure sensors are meeting the needs of 21st Century living
July 29, 2019
As the demand for electrical power increases, distribution systems are expanded to accommodate the increased demand. Stiffened transmission systems, increased substation capacity, and added on-site and distributed generation all contribute to increases in available fault currents.
Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS) has expanded the S-Series (PUMY) air-source heat pump outdoor unit to include Hyper-Heating INVERTER® (H2i®) technology in select models. Part of the CITY MULTI® family of products, the PUMY is a single-phase heat pump suited for light commercial or large residential applications.
Fuji Electric Corp. of America introduced its High Capacity Uninterruptible Power Supply System to the U.S. market. The 7400WX-T3U is designed for data centers in all industries and is available now for shipment.
The electric utility industry is undergoing a major transformation driven by new sources of energy generation (solar and wind power), consumer demand for faster and more affordable services, cybersecurity, and big data.
On Demand Our society has become highly dependent on electrical power. It is the underpinning of virtually everything, and we take it for granted in everyday life at home, work, and in many cases, public transportation. Moreover, virtually all of the critical infrastructure for communications, security, emergency services, and life safety depend on power. Climate Change, in general, and the record weather extremes will continue to increase the likelihood of utility power interruptions as well as risks to life and property. In the new age of 100-year events becoming more commonplace, it has become clear that there is virtually no place that is totally immune to natural risks. Therefore, backup power has become almost as important as primary utility service, and, in many cases, it's a necessity.
While the basic concept and need of backup power systems has not changed, the increased likelihood of power outages has put greater reliance on backup power systems, making the their reliability more important than ever. When a utility outage occurs, the backup generator is expected to immediately start and support the load; however, even the best emergency backup power system, utilizing the highest-quality equipment, can be rendered useless if not properly maintained.
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.