Fujitsu General’s new Smarter Building Controller — introduced by Fujitsu General and technology partner,Ventacity Systems — offers a plug-and-play building management system for use with Fujitsu General’s Airstage heating, ventilation, and cooling systems.
Samsung’s DVM Chiller combines VRF systems with traditional chiller systems for commercial applications. According to the company, the DVM Chiller is energy efficient, compact, ecofriendly, and beneficial as it can inherit existing water facilities. Operational modes of the system can be adjusted to allow for seasonal requirements.
DriSteem says it has introduced three new product options for the Wetted Media System, meeting the requirements of today’s systems that often require cost efficient evaporative cooling and humidification.
Fujitsu launched a new Wi-Fi solution for its Airstage line. This Wi-Fi tool allows installers to operate a Fujitsu Airstage VRF system from anywhere with a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. Fujitsu’s Airstage VRF systems are controlled from a webpage or by using an iOS or Android App. A cloud server manages the entire process. Many HVAC functions can be remotely operated. These include: on/off, mode (heating, cooling, dry, auto, air circulation), change or set temperature, and set schedules and timers.
A new line of dedicated outside air systems (DOAS) from the YORK® brand of Johnson Controls includes a range of 100% outside air units and mixed air units. With heat pump operation and water source operation, as well as a hot water heat option, the new line of air systems delivers more combinations of heating and cooling. The systems also feature an internal energy recovery wheel that pre-conditions outside air and reduces heating and cooling loads by transferring energy between the exhaust airstreams.
SPX Cooling Technologies announced a redesign of its Marley AV line of factory-assembled single flow cooling towers. The new induced draft crossflow design features both single- and multi-fan models and a broader tonnage range from 122 to 772 nominal tons and flowrate of 117 to 1,541 gpm (27 to 350 m3/hr).The AV provides a compact footprint and is well-suited to support air conditioning and refrigeration systems as well as light industrial loads.
Laars Heating Systems now offers a 150- to 2,500-gallon electric water heater from 12 to 360 kW. The systems feature 150 psi ASME code glass lining, ASME temperature and pressure relief valve, internal fusing (above 120 amps), and magnesium anode rods.
On Demand Trane engineering and product experts will review the latest in market trends related to IoT and smart technology, along with connectivity options for small commercial buildings. This webinar will focus on small building connectivity solutions that include smart thermostats and control systems that are compatible with Trane’s full lineup of light commercial rooftop units and split systems for single and multi-zone systems as well as multi-site applications.
On Demand Mission critical operations cannot be without power for one second. That’s why it’s imperative for facility managers to ensure they have adequate systems on-site to handle any and all power interruptions. Over the last 10 years, power technologies have changed significantly. This webinar will explore these changes.
On Demand Modern construction requirements, increased interest in indoor air quality, sustainability and the rising cost of energy are driving adoption of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems in the United States and worldwide. As such, building owners, facility managers and project teams will be responsible for buildings where VRF systems are applied with complementary third-party HVAC equipment.
The October 2020 issue of Engineered Systems features: taking sustainability into the space age, choosing the right dehumidification technology, reducing the probability of COVID-19 transmission in buildings, and much more!