An innovative large scale heat pump system from Star Renewable Energy and E.ON will work with a solar energy installation to supply E.ON’s community energy center in Cranbrook to the east of Exeter, with renewable heating and hot water.
Offer available through year-end on new outdoor units
August 14, 2015
Unico has announced a rebate program for its new heat pump, the iSeries outdoor unit with inverter technology. The manufacturer plans to send U.S and Canadian HVAC contractors a $500 check for every unit they sell this year between Aug. 1 and Dec. 31.
WaterFurnace Intl. Inc. recently brought its Home Comfort Tour to Columbus, Ohio, to unveil two new products: a 5 Series hydronic geothermal heat pump that features vapor injection technology and the Symphony Home Comfort System.
Bob and Tim were on their way to a service call on a heat pump. The homeowners are complaining about noise at the outdoor unit. When Bob and Tim arrived, the homeowners explained that the heat pump for upstairs is beside the house in a wooded area. It is under their upstairs bedroom window and it became loud last night.
New Technology Provides for Energy Efficient Cooling
January 9, 2015
Haier, Astronautics Corporation of America, and BASF have introduced at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas a proof-of-concept wine cooler refrigerated by a magnetocaloric heat pump.
Our troubleshooting problem involves a split system heat pump in which the outdoor unit is operating in an 85°F ambient, and when you arrive in response to the customer’s no cooling complaint, you find the indoor fan operating normally, and you also note that 240 volts is read at L1 and L2 of the outdoor unit.
New Heat Pump Technology Expected to Reduce Energy Consumption by 50 Percent
September 9, 2013
Part of a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) project to reduce energy bills and greenhouse gas emissions, S-RAM Dynamics has been awarded a grant to help commercialize a new natural refrigerant heat pump.
Bob and Tim had left this residence a few days ago when they discovered that the four-way valve on the home’s heat pump was stuck in the cooling mode. They tried several things to get the valve to do its normal changeover to the heating mode and couldn’t get it to function. The valve would need to be replaced.
Bob and Tim were on their way to a service contract routine procedure when the dispatcher called and asked them to go to a residence that had no heat and had a very sick family member. They needed heat as quickly as possible.