Energy efficiency, integration with smart home technology, and the ongoing impact of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) regional efficiency standards are major trends influencing products in the residential air conditioning market.
When it comes to figuring out what the market demands in a boiler, it usually comes down to the highest efficiencies possible along with advances in control technology. Indeed, efficiency and advanced control technologies were on display for most of the boilers introduced at the AHR Expo.
As technology improves, portable equipment manufacturers will continue to work to meet the growing needs of their customers, from those needing small-scale residential solutions all the way up to data centers and factories in need of industrial-grade solutions.
Numerous types of radiant products were on display at the AHR Expo, including heating, cooling, and snow melt systems. And, exhibiting manufacturers were all focused on touting the energy efficiency, sustainability, and safety benefits of their products.
The company ‘exemplifies the qualities that all of the best companies in the industry share’
February 19, 2016
ACCA has named Welsch Heating & Cooling Co., St. Louis, as its 2016 Residential Contractor of the Year. The company will be presented with the award on March 10 at the opening MainStage of the ACCA 2016 conference in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Rough in box technology for wall hung mini split evaporators was formerly unavailable in the U.S. Now, redesigned and re-engineered specifically for North America, the new RoughinBox™ by Excelair brings this technology to the United States and Canadian markets.
The Turbonics product offering provides synergy with Mestek’s Residential Comfort Group
February 15, 2016
Mestek Inc. has announced the acquisition of Turbonics Inc., Cleveland. Turbonics is a manufacturer of specialty hydronic fan coils and has been providing comfort solutions to the North American HVAC marketplace for more than 50 years.
GHPs may not often be a consumer’s first choice for heating and cooling, but many contractors remain dedicated to the technology, and they’re still finding consumers who want GHPs — even in areas where their benefits are not known as well.