At this AHR Expo New Product & Technology Presentation, Locqus is showing a free cloud-based field service management platform to the HVAC industry. It provides the ability to schedule jobs, manage inventory, send en-route notifications to customers, access geo-location services, collect payments, and more.
Whole building performance is growing as an industry trend and HVAC system cleaners have a role to play in addressing building performance issues. This AHR Expo educational session discusses how HVAC system cleaning companies can help contractors and facilities managers solve their building performance issues.
This AHR Expo educational session will focus on the challenges and advancements in developing design guide specifications for building automation systems. This high level discussion will share the latest trends within the specification community.
The Danfoss Turbocor VTT series of compressors takes the benefits of magnetic bearing technology up into larger capacity ranges where the current Turbocor TT series leaves off. VTT compressors introduce IntraFlow™ technology that enables chiller systems up to 1,000 tons or more to provide improved reliability and increased efficiency.
The new DAF3009 mini-anemometer/psychrometer with cfm/cmm & enthalpy from General Tools & Instruments offers the ability to measure eight HVACR-related parameters in one handheld device that is small and light enough for one-handed operation.
Dexter + Chaney is showcasing its new Field Tech application — one of several new mobile apps it has recently released. Field Tech allows technicians and other field operations staff to remotely access, create, and update work orders in the field.
More than 300 HARDI (Heating, Air-conditioning, and Refrigeration Distributors International) members and guests attended the organization’s annual Icebreaker pre-party event Sunday from 4-6 p.m. at the Hilton Chicago.
Trane® Air-Fi™ wireless technology eliminates the need for wired building controls, allowing installations to be completed quickly, with less disruption to occupants. The self-repairing mesh technology features redundant signal paths to prevent communication failures.