The survey, which collected data from nearly 18,000 small business owners from around the U.S., compiled answers regarding a community’s overall business friendliness, regulatory environment, new-hire prospects, and more.
While older circulator pumps utilized single-speed motors and were largely inefficient, advances in motor technology, controls, and pump design have transformed the market and ushered in a new era of highly efficient products that feature variable-speed motors, easy installation and setup, remote connectivity, and more.
EnVisioneering Symposium focuses on refrigeration equipment and supermarkets
November 30, 2015
Danfoss recently hosted its 25th EnVisioneering Symposium, which addressed how an increasing industry-wide focus on refrigerants and energy is driving changes in the design, deployment, and maintenance of refrigeration equipment and supermarkets.
Energy loss is estimated to cost the U.S. Department of Defense about $200 million annually
November 26, 2015
Fort Drum is the site of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project that will test a new high-performance insulation technology for buildings designed to retain heat indoors more effectively and with greater cost savings.
Distributor has 14 field sales engineers working with customers’ plants in a range of industries
November 25, 2015
Enerquip, a designer and fabricator of stainless steel and high alloy shell and tube heat exchangers, has added Affiliated Steam & Hot Water to its team of distributors and manufacturer representatives to meet its plans for continued growth.
Daikin Applied Americas announced it is acquiring a minority ownership stake in Riptide IO, a Santa Barbara, California-based software company that focuses on helping building owners connect, manage, and automate building equipment by bringing the benefit of the Internet of Things (IoT) to commercial buildings.
These three working examples show how VRF technology helped a historical building never designed for air conditioning reach Leadership in Energy and Environmental (LEED) Gold certification, a high-rise project meet Title 24 standards, and a convent save $80,000 a year on energy costs.