EVAPCO launched its Advanced Technology™ ACC (Air Cooled Condenser), specifically designed for the power generation industry. The Advanced Technology ACC combines a new modular construction scheme with the enhanced thermal performance of EVAPCO’s patented nuCore™ Heat Exchanger.
DewAir Corp. has introduced the RH-Cube 18, a split-system mechanical dehumidifier that uses a compact, energy-efficient counter-flow heat exchanger for dedicated humidity control. Company officials claim the RH-Cube 18 reduces air conditioning energy costs up to 55% and increases IAQ for restaurants, hotels, schools, health care clinics, athletic facilities, offices, grow-ops, factories, museums, warehouses, residences, and many other applications with small to medium spaces requiring humidity control.
Nortek Global HVAC has added the R7DA, a combination dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) and conventional space conditioning rooftop unit (RTU), to the Reznor® and Mammoth® branded R7 Platform product lines.
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.
Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US LLC (METUS) introduced its CITY MULTI® N-Generation outdoor units. The N-Generation features a footprint up to 30 percent smaller than previous models and offers more design flexibility due to improvements in vertical piping limits.
Engineered Systems magazine’s May 2019 issue examines the role of HVAC systems and power in critical facilities via the University of Utah’s new, LEED Gold-certified Downtown Data Center; the role of codes and standards in mission critical facilities; why an engineer should consider a product’s functional requirements during the specification process; and much more.