Mission Foods converted its facilities to non-ozone-depleting refrigerants. The company operates a plant that contains air-cooled chiller systems and a warehouse with walk-in units. These systems utilized eight compressors and contained far more than 50 pounds of R-22. Air Refrigeration LLC tackled the conversion.
The winning companies of the third annual Innovation Awards will be honored at a special ceremony during the 2005 AHR Expo. The awards presentation will take place on Feb. 8 at 11:00 a.m. in the New Product Technology Theater on the show floor.
For the first time in its long history, the 2005 AHR Expo will take place in Florida. With more than 22 acres under its roof, visitors to the Orange County Convention Center will have the opportunity to visit more than 1,800 exhibitors.
The third annual Innovation Awards will be presented during a special ceremony at the 2005 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Orlando, Fla. The Innovation Awards are designed to promote and encourage product innovation by recognizing the most innovative products among the thousands on display at the Expo.
York territory managers (TMs) from across the United States and Canada recently came together for the company's 2004 National Sales Meeting. The company noted that it is adding numerous resources so TMs can better help their contractor-customers.
When you think of registers and grilles, typically you think of the standard products made of metal. That may be changing, however, thanks to manufacturers that have been experimenting with plastic for the last seven to eight years.
Mike and Narissa Rampey, owners of Air Assurance, believe in doing the best job they possibly can. This includes installing the best equipment, hiring the best people, and giving the best service in the Tulsa area.
Manufacturers are now offering a wide array of new technologies on their high-end furnaces. The latest high-end models boast features such as variable speed, two-stage, and advanced controls technology.
When a homeowner in a prestigious community decided to renovate his historic, 2,700-square-foot home, he looked for a contractor with a stellar reputation. That search quickly led him to Al Kaplan, owner of Al Kaplan Heating and Air.