Rooftop heating and cooling equipment is a well-established and widely used technology, but that doesn’t mean the sector is standing still. Rooftop units, like most HVAC equipment, are constantly evolving to be more reliable, more efficient, and easier to control than ever before.
The threat of increasingly stringent federal regulations is heating up the hydronics market as manufacturers unveil high-efficiency equipment in preparation of the pending government-initiated efficiency benchmarks.
With model building codes mandating tighter and tighter ductwork, and with homeowners and building owners desiring increasingly higher efficiencies from their ducted systems, many new products have hit the market to help builders and installers efficiently and effectively meet those requirements.
The 2015 AHR Expo has claimed the title of best-attended event ever held in Chicago. Preliminary figures for the HVACR event indicate that more than 61,000 total attendees, including 42,400 visitors, participated in the 2015 AHR Expo, Jan. 26-28, at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
Systems Are Pre-Engineered Specifically for Niche Applications and Hot Spots
January 26, 2015
Air Innovations is featuring its new specialty environment HVAC systems at the 2015 AHR Expo at McCormick Place in Chicago, Jan. 26-28, in booth 6819. The Split and Pack Series are engineered specifically to meet the needs of niche applications.