Commercial boiler manufacturers displaying their wares at the 2004 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition had two basic themes: Offering products that are highly efficient with low nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions.
You might be wondering, "What could possibly be new in the area of grilles, registers, and diffusers?" If you attended the 2004 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition, you wouldn't need to ask, as numerous manufacturers spotlighted new technologies and upgraded products.
The 2004 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition offered a number of innovations to save energy. A new geothermal system was rolled out, and other technologies, such as energy recovery ventilators (ERVs), were also displayed.
There are many different types of units that can cool a commercial space: Rooftop units, package terminal air conditioners, evaporative coolers, wall-mount units, etc. The 2004 AHR Expo displayed just about every kind of commercial cooling equipment known to man.
Portable cooling is most often thought of in terms of an emergency. But it can be useful for long-term special applications that don't require permanent cooling. It may also be needed when a facility schedules maintenance that requires shutting down cooling systems.
As a building owner, being prepared means having a contingency plan ready to implement in case things go wrong. For critical applications, it could be hazardous to be without part or all of the HVAC system.
The 2004 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) offered a plethora of new portable heating and cooling equipment, from equipment used to cool workers on an assembly line to a new ceiling fan designed to heat otherwise cool rooms.
It's not easy being a portable cooling unit. They can be jostled and bumped on the back of a truck. They may be surrounded by harsh weather and/or extreme heat. It can all be in a day's work for a rugged portable unit.