Sharp Electronics Corp. is exhibiting its new ductless mini split lineup in booth 4762 at the AHR Expo. The company’s new models are designed to operate in extra low temperatures and have one of the industry’s best SEER and HSPF ratings. They also feature Sharp’s patented air purification technology Plasmacluster.
Panasonic is introducing the new EXTERIOS XE Series. With models ranging from 9,000 Btu to 15,000 Btu, this series offers many years of energy efficient indoor climate control. The built-in and improved ECONAVI not only detects room occupancy and motion but also incorporates an area search function to direct airflow where needed.
The HVAC industry has seen a significant increase in thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) usage in the past decade. Even though TXVs are the most popular metering devices for residential air conditioning systems, there is still a lack of knowledge about TXV functionality in the market.
Successful HVAC leaders engage, inspire, and achieve
January 25, 2016
These contractors have created workplaces that demonstrate care and commitment to both employees and customers, cultivate and train employees, and offer growth opportunities and retirement planning to plot a successful future, both professionally and personally.
Illiana’s employee satisfaction level, charitable efforts, strong opportunities for growth, and ability to nurture long-lasting customer and employee relationships helped earn the company Best Contractor to Work For honors in the North Central region.
There’s no such thing as magic in hydronics. There are no magic boilers, controls, or circulators that know what to do. If someone can’t explain to you exactly how a delta (Δ) P or a ΔT variable-speed circulator works, and why, without using the word “magic” or some derivative thereof, they don’t really know.
Ever wonder why the most irritated people always call you? Actually, it could have less to do with you than it does with the kind of contracting business you operate. (Plus, there’s actually good news in the call, which we’ll cover in a moment.)