The Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) convened on Orlando for its 2015 annual conference in December. The event welcomed the most distribution companies since 2007.
ACCA members came from around the country to learn office operational management strategies. The event, which was presented by ACCA and The NEWS, was immediately preceded by the Service Managers Forum, capping off a four-day gathering of ACCA managers across multiple disciplines.
Alternative to R-134a provides 56 percent lower GWP and comparable performance
January 27, 2016
Johnson Controls announced it is enhancing its HFC product lines to be fully compatible with the non-flammable, low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant Opteon™ XP10 (R-513A) manufactured by The Chemours Co. York centrifugal and screw chillers ranging from 125 to 6,000 tons (440 to 21,100 kW) are compatible with R-513A.
Low Speed Ventilation results in lower energy consumption
January 26, 2016
With new server cooling technology and free cooling solutions, Alfa Laval now has a complete offering for data center cooling. The company said this comprehensive range makes it easier to provide optimum systems for specific data center needs.
The Whalen Co. is featuring the WRX Vertical Stack Fan Coil, the first fan coil with a slide-out chassis. “Slide-out chassis have been available for years in heat pumps,” said Tony Landers, VP of sales and marketing. “Whalen has changed the way fan coils are serviced and installed by making the slide-out chassis available.”
Portacool is unveiling its most powerful portable evaporative cooler. The new Hurricane™ 370 is a 48-inch variable speed cooler featuring patent-pending technology and a unique design to deliver unparalleled velocity that achieves maximum cooling comfort in the hardest to cool spaces.
DriSteem’s new cost-effective Ultra-sorb® MP steam dispersion panel disperses steam generated by pressurized steam boilers or by non-pressurized steam generators, and provides rapid, drip-free absorption so steam does not condense on downstream devices.