Diversified Heat Transfer Inc. (DHT) introduced the STP Series fully packaged storage water heater. The water heater uses a compact double wall brazed plate heat exchanger that optimizes heat transfer by generating more efficient hot water replenishment of the storage tank.
Greenheck says it has expanded its line of Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems (DOAS) for high percentage and 100 percent outside air. Pre-engineered rooftop ventilator models RV-110 and RVE-180 with energy recovery offer capacities up to 18,000 cfm, up to 70 tons of packaged cooling, and 1,200 mbh indirect gas-fired heating.
Weil-McLain introduced its new Aqua Pro™ indirect-fired water heaters featuring a nonmetallic, corrosion-resistant design. The company says the advanced line of water heaters are built to handle even the harshest water conditions.
LG Electronics unveiled an enhancement to its flagship VRF system. The Multi V 5 is now standard with LGRED° (Reliable to Extreme Degrees) heat technology. The company says the Multi V 5 with LGRED° is an ideal year-round VRF solution. Available in a range of capacities including a compact 20-ton single frame, the Multi V 5 offers advanced features.
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.
Alea has unveiled its intelligent air management platform called Alea Air. The company said Alea Air transforms basic HVAC systems by replacing standard registers with smart vents that track and adjust temperature, monitor air quality, and sense other environmental variables. The Alea Air platform uses machine learning and predictive analytics to allocate air based on users’ room-by-room temperature preferences.
Check out Engineered Systems magazine’s October 2019 issue takes a closer look at condensation concerns surrounding the use of chilled beams, examines the energy implications of chilled water plant design and operation, and much more.