Ventacity Systems announced the launch of two new products at this year’s AHR Expo. The ventilation market has been ”unappreciated and underserved for way too long,” according to Salvatore D’Auria. “So, what we’ve done is something that we think is a little disruptive,” he said.
Continued company growth and market adoption has led to expansion
January 5, 2017
75F, the predictive analytics cloud-based software company that optimizes HVAC systems, announced a 500 percent year-over-year sales growth in 2016. Major gains are attributed to expanding into new construction office and warehouse projects, as well as installations with national retailers and restaurant franchisees.
The first topic covered in this session will be HVAC systems. Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes, P.Eng., will discuss the components of an HVAC system, and how each component, when not operated correctly, can adversely affect IAQ in a building.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) impact the indoor air quality and can have deleterious effects on human health. This session will describe instruments and laboratory-based methods available to measure VOCs.
The NotifEye™ cloud-based monitoring and notification system is a low-cost wireless solution that is self-installable and ready to use out-of-the-box. The temperature and humidity sensors monitor and measure environmental conditions for optimal indoor air quality.
Ultra-V™ is the first whole-home application of the Aerobiotix patented solid-state air treatment technology. It utilizes a suite of technologies including ultraviolet disinfection, zirconium photochemical oxidation, and cleanroom-grade HEPA filtration to create an IAQ solution.
Based on survey results, most respondents expect their sales to grow in the coming year
December 22, 2016
According to an AHR Expo and ASHRAE Journal survey sent to more than 1,400 HVACR manufacturers worldwide, there is growing optimism for improving economic prospects in 2017. Based on survey results, 86 percent of the respondents expect their sales to grow in the coming year.
AirSense is an intelligent, residential IAQ monitoring and analytics system
November 30, 2016
A team of engineers at Michigan State University is working to perfect a new technology that not only warns of a problem with indoor air, but also identifies the source of the IAQ problem and offers suggestions on how to remedy the situation.