From building automation systems, chillers, compressors, temperature control valves, and more, here’s a look at some of the equipment commercial contractors working in this sector may want to consider.
Not only do repeat failures take away from the contractor’s profit margin, they also tarnish a company’s professional image. Finding the cause and repairing it not only keeps the customer happy, it keeps the contractor profitable.
The SCV Weld In-Line Check Valve is used to accurately monitor direction of flow and pressure in liquid, suction, and hot gas lines. It’s designed for welding directly in-line via socket or butt weld end connections and is available for pipe connection sizes ¾-inch to 1 ¼-inch.
SCI close-coupled end suction pumps and SFI frame-mounted end suction pumps provide reliability and ease in installation for heating, air conditioning, pressure-boosting, cooling water transfer, and water-supply applications.
Specially formulated to provide the high level of atomization required for a spray application, Superwool Sealcoat HT can be applied as part of the primary liner over fiber or refractory surfaces, up to 2 inches (5.1 cm) thick on walls, and up to ½ inch (1.3 cm) of overhead.
Winters Multiport (NVA Series) and Block & Bleed (BBV Series) Needle Valves feature a one-piece, corrosion-resistant 316 stainless steel or carbon steel body, rated up to either 6,000 psi or 10,000 psi.
The Ebullient Cooling System (ECS) is composed of Ebullient’s ES line of 2N redundant fluid distribution units, rack level manifolds, and server loops to match heat loads from seven to 200,000 servers.