Regal Beloit Corp. says it has developed its most energy-efficient motor in NEMA Premium® frame sizes. According to officials, the NovaMAX motors are ultra-efficient, electronically commutated permanent magnet motors. NovaMAX motors are packaged in standard NEMA frame sizes and mounting dimensions enabling simple substitution in retrofit applications. Available in frame sizes from 48 to 280, the NovaMAX motors are compatible with readily available VFDs from most leading manufacturers.
Cleaver-Brooks has developed the CBEX DES (dryback elite special) 1,000 hp boiler. Engineered to fit inside a 40-ft shipping container, its compact size enables a complete boiler room to fit within a 53-ft container. According to Cleaver-Brooks officials, this allows the company to include performance guarantees for output capacity, efficiency, turndown, emissions of 30 ppm NOx, and a pressure vessel warranty.
International Environmental Corporation (IEC) has developed the MiniReStoraMOD™, a small and minimally invasive high-rise fan coil solution. Officials said the system allows for easy and fast replacement for hospitality, multifamily and higher education applications.
NexRev Inc. says it has developed a new solution to deliver operational cost savings to multisite facility owners. DrivePak Applied combines NexRev’s DrivePak variable flow retrofit technology with its Freedom energy management and control system. The company uses these tools to implement strategies that improve operating efficiency on an expanded range of applied HVAC equipment including chillers, cooling towers, pumps, and air handling units. According to NexRev, customers can realize an attractive ROI with guaranteed results, and flexible procurement options are available to get projects funded, deployed and saving money as soon as possible.
Caterpillar Inc. unveiled the latest addition to its new series of Cat® generator sets. The G3520H is the second of the H-Series product line now available for operation on natural gas fuel. This generator set is currently offered at 2,500 kWe power output at 50 Hz and 60 Hz.
According to Ashcroft officials, it only takes a small formation of ice deep inside the inlet cavity of a pressure transducer to destroy the sensing element. To prevent this, Ashcroft engineers have developed a unique media isolation method for the G2, T2, and KM15 pressure transducers.