A. O. Smith launched its first-ever Commercial Heat Pump (CHP-120) for light commercial applications such as restaurants, schools, retail buildings, or any facility that would traditionally use a standard commercial electric water heater.
HEMCO has released a complete line of belt and direct drive exhaust blowers which are chemical resistant and available in standard and explosion proof models. Company reps said the blowers are designed to operate effectively and efficiently to remove hazardous fumes from a fume hood.
Shannon Enterprises has designed a new self-contained, removable protective enclosure called the Shannon Rapid Rise Fire Blanket. The blanket protects petrochemical, oil and gas, power generation, marine, and military equipment from extreme temperatures. Shannon custom fits its Rapid Rise Fire Blankets to match a wide variety of equipment surface geometry.
Weil Pump says it now offers heavy-duty package systems that are fully customizable with high-quality components. They are all manufactured in the United States and can be built to order in as little as two weeks.
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. introduced the availability of new patent-pending modular construction techniques for the Marley F400 Cooling Tower. For large-scale HVAC, power and heavy industrial applications, the company says its F400 Cooling Tower is the industry standard counterflow field-erected tower.
Optimum Energy has released its new patented OptimumEDGE™ product. The company says the product is a quick-start HVAC optimization solution that shaves energy use by 13% on average — and cuts water use as well — without affecting building operations or occupant comfort.
Danfoss has introduced the ICV (H)A4A control valve with flanges, the full replacement for all common flanged control valves on the market. Inspired by the ICV Flexline™ platform, the company said the ICV (H)A4A control valve’s modular design extends the lifetime of existing refrigeration installation while delivering a significant reduction in cost, energy, and servicing and maintenance times.
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.