Cooper&Hunter added a new series to its current heat pump line-up with single-zone applications. The new Dakota series aims to ensure consistent warm comfort during extreme climate and the condenser heat output capacity allows the unit to work efficiently as a primary heat source even if the temperature drops to a sub-zero level of minus 22ºF.
Larson Electronics LLC has released a new hazardous location convection heater for active heating in dangerous environments and cold-temperature work sites. This 3,600-watt heater operates on 240V three phase power and is ideal for manufacturing plants, chemical processing, refineries, industrial control rooms, airflow systems, heat circulation, ambient temperature management, grain silos, and more.
Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US launched an updated 2x2 Four-Way Ceiling Cassette (PLFY-P) as part of the CITY MULTI® product lineup. The new PLFY-P Ceiling Cassette offers a square-edge design that fits into the same 2-ft. by 2-ft. dimensions as many standard ceiling tiles. The four vanes allow air to flow in multiple directions for maximum comfort.
Emerson has released the Copeland Scroll™ ZF54K5 compressor, a capacity extension of the Copeland Scroll K5 compressor. The company says the compressor offers facility operators a new solution to assist with meeting sustainability goals while helping to lower costs and boost energy efficiency.
AERCO has released its Benchmark® Platinum boiler series. According to the company, the boilers feature technology and components aimed at optimizing the system and maximizing efficiencies by up to an additional 9%.
Williamson has launched its new FreeStyle® 155k Btuh input Wall Mount Gas-Fired Condensing Boiler. The FS-155 has an AFUE of 94.4% and is available in combi and heat only models. The FS-155 combi unit provides 4GPM of domestic hot water. The FS-155 joins Williamson’s current 80k and 120k Btuh input units. All FreeStyle models are available in combi and heat only versions.
Engineered Systems magazine’s April 2019 issue focuses on K-12 schools, showcasing how districts across the nation are using hybrid systems and advanced BAS systems to cut their energy use and costs, how kitchen ventilation systems should be installed and maintained, and more. The issue also examines the present and future of artificial intelligence in the built environment, one engineering firm’s advanced attempt to create a nonproprietary BMS system, and much more.