Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS) launched its line of MSZ/MUZ-WR Model 16 Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) Heat Pumps. The new heat pumps are part of the M-Series product line, including indoor units, outdoor units, and controller options for residential and light commercial applications.
A. O. Smith launch of its Commercial Heat Pump Water Heater (CHP-120) for light commercial applications such as restaurants, schools, retail buildings or any facility which would traditionally use a standard commercial electric water heater.
Weil-McLain introduced its full line of advanced, high-efficiency gas boilers for residential and commercial applications. The line now includes the Evergreen®, Ultra™ Series 4, GV90+® cast iron boiler and the AquaBalance® Series 2 — all operating with natural or propane gas and featuring the latest hydronic heating technology.
Taco Comfort Solutions’ new PF Series plate and frame heat exchangers are ASME designed and constructed. According to the company, computerized product selection greatly simplifies the process of choosing the correct heat exchanger for the required application. The compact size of PF Series heat exchangers, make it an ideal for a wide range of commercial applications.
Samsung has launched Fresh Access™, a ventilation product line designed to bring fresh air into commercial buildings. The Fresh Access line includes three fresh air solutions that will align with ASHRAE requirements for fresh air: packaged dedicated outside air system (DOAS), split DOAS, and energy recovery ventilators (ERV).
The new Mega-Stack option for Greenheck’s Model FJI FumeJet® fume exhaust fan offers extended discharge from 10-15 feet in overall stack discharge height, making it ideal for low flow applications requiring higher plume rise.
Johnson Controls has announced the release of its UL Certified TYCO® LFP™ Antifreeze. This third-party tested and evaluated solution helps fire protection systems comply with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 13, 13R, and 13D, which require the use of listed solutions in new antifreeze systems. Existing antifreeze systems must meet this requirement by 2022 under NFPA 25.
Engineered Systems magazine’s July 2019 issue examines the meticulous challenges involved with designing a central steam plant, why well-maintained central plants are facilities’ lifeblood, how radiant heated and cooled classrooms are evolving in educational settings, the role of VRF on utility bills, and much more.