Market categorized into three major end-user segments: industrial, commercial, and residential
April 25, 2016
The global HVAC rental equipment market is predicted to reach $4.63 billion by 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of about 8 percent, according to the latest market study released by Technavio.
Historically, the most common HVAC company names were typically family-named or alphabetical, which helped the positioning in media that listed companies A to Z. It’s important for HVAC contractors to break through all the clutter and noise in the market and be memorable.
Some risks will turn out well, and others will become failures. Regardless, the simple act of trying something different and new will help you. You’ll gain confidence in your abilities, and you’ll learn from both your successes as well as your failures. Your life will expand, you’ll grow wiser, and you’ll become more successful.
The HRC Series’ two-piece chassis is housed in an attractive cabinet with a durable powder-coat finish. A 5-inch sub-base and a louvered grille are available as options. Unit controls include advanced digital changeover between heating and cooling along with fan speed selection.
ERVs are among the fastest growing segments of improved IAQ management in buildings, according to a report from Navigant Research. According to the report, worldwide revenue from ERVs will grow from $1.6 billion in 2014 to $2.8 billion in 2020.
Modern process improves performance, reduces waste
April 18, 2016
The University of Maryland, through a partnership with 3D Systems and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Building Technologies Office, has used 3D printing to prototype a new heat exchanger. The product weighs 20 percent less, is 20 percent more efficient, and can be manufactured much quicker, compared to current designs.
Proposed emissions reduction strategy includes several measures targeting HFCs
April 15, 2016
California’s Air Resources Board (ARB) has released a proposed strategy aimed at curbing emissions that includes prohibitions on high global warming potential (GWP) hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants.
Xergy Inc. has announced a new refrigeration system based on an electrochemical compressor to replace the conventional mechanical vapor compression systems found in typical heat pumps. The company credits the University of Delaware’s Ajay Prasad and his research team with playing an important role in the breakthrough.