BSRIA Inc. reports that from 2012 to 2016, sales of condensing boilers grew from 30 percent of the commercial market to over 60 percent, and that number is expected to climb to 80 percent by next year.
Products will be sold under a new company name, English Boiler LLC
September 28, 2016
Superior Holding Inc. has acquired the business assets of Richmond, Virginia-based English Boiler & Tube. English Boiler is a leader in the design and fabrication of packaged watertube boiler systems for large industrial applications.
Systems-based training provides professional development to HVAC industry personnel
September 13, 2016
Xylem has announced the upcoming HVAC training schedule at its Bell & Gossett (B&G) Little Red Schoolhouse. Fourth-quarter classes are tailored toward the commercial hydronic heating and cooling industry.
Heating equipment offers more options for consumers
September 12, 2016
This heating showcase provides in-depth information on the features of each individual unit and also includes technical support information from the manufacturer. The manufacturers provided all of the data included in the product grid as well as in the photo feature; therefore, any questions should be directed to them via the contact information provided in the photo feature section.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has published a Federal Register supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (SNOPR) pertaining to test procedures for consumer and certain commercial water heaters 81 FR 59736 (August 30, 2016).
In my humble opinion, large volume, low curve promotes high standby efficiency and offers a sustainable future for your heating system. Sustainable systems promote long-term relationships with your customers along with great economics, too. That makes my business sustainable.
The term radiant heating makes most people think about warm floors. Although it’s true there are many excellent applications for radiant floor heating, it’s not the only type of radiant panel that can deliver excellent comfort.
I was thinking about how we’ve grown so used to central heating and, with the exception of an occasional cleaning, pretty much ignore our boilers and heating systems when the weather gets hot and sticky. I wondered if it had always been this way...