Trane’s ComfortLink™ II XL850 Smart Control with built-in home automation bridge can connect an entire home to more than 200 Z-Wave products, including door locks, lighting, security devices, garage doors and more.
ClimaCool hosted a training session followed by a reception at the Trump Tower Chicago on Sunday, Jan. 25, before the start of the AHR Expo. The training session, which focused on simultaneous heating and cooling systems, drew 150 attendees — about three times what was expected. Nearly double that number attended the reception.
Johnson Controls is showing its latest York® commercial rooftop units that allow contractors to deliver high-quality heating and cooling solutions without spending a lot of time and money on installation. With an exact-fit replacement design, the new York Prestige™ rooftop units match the footprints of other manufacturers’ units.
Emerson’s Sunday night Customer Event helped kick off AHR Expo 2015 in grand style. More than 1,000 attendees packed the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry for the event, which featured good food and drink and great conversation.
Fieldpiece is showing its new Job Link app. The all-new iPhone app connects with the company’s wireless digital manifolds and wireless psychrometer through the Fieldpiece JL2. Now HVACR professionals can take before and after measurements and save them to the cloud, and email them directly to customers.
Agency Plans to Buy New Boiler for Community Center
January 25, 2015
AHR Expo management announced that Metropolitan Family Services, the Chicago area’s longest serving human services agency, has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 AHR Expo Innovation Awards entry fees donation.
Industry-Leading HVACR Technologies Are Recognized
January 25, 2015
One of the highlights of the AHR Expo — the winners of the 2015 AHR Expo Innovation Awards, representing the major segments of the HVACR marketplace — are on the display at the show. The winning entries were selected in 10 categories as the most innovative new products among the thousands being displayed.