No matter the season, homes require HVAC equipment. And it is the contractors of this industry who do what they can to make homes comfortable and livable. Their jobs are made simpler with innovations in equipment from manufacturers. In honor of these inventions, The NEWS is honoring three manufacturers in the ninth annual Dealer Design Awards’ HVAC Residential Equipment category.
Bringing homeowners increased comfort, higher efficiency, and greater control, the Residential Controls (including zoning) category of The NEWS’ ninth annual Dealer Design Awards is full of products pushing home control to new heights.
Each year, as technicians add new tools to their box, many not only consider durability and cost, but are also looking for something to make their job easier. Making the job easier was a prevailing theme of The NEWS’ ninth annual Dealer Design Awards’ Tools category winners.
Contractors don’t have the time to sit around and babysit equipment, and owners don’t have the money to pay them to do it. The NEWS’ ninth annual Dealer Design Awards’ Testing & Monitoring Products category winners help solve this problem with system monitoring.
What do a smart compressor, an indoor/outdoor undercounter refrigerator, and a reach-in refrigerator case have in common? All three are winners in The NEWS’ ninth annual Dealer Design Awards’ Refrigeration & Ice Machines category.
Gaming popularity has moved from the realm of the basement-dwelling teenager to the hands of young children, professionals, and grandparents across America. What does gaming have to do with the HVACR industry? Plenty.
Summer is here and school is out, but that doesn’t mean the education of HVACR technicians has ended. In fact, their education has likely been going on all year and will continue throughout the summer as professionals educate rookies to veterans about the basics and advanced principles of HVACR.
Scientists have been working on thermoacoustic refrigeration for over two decades. The basic idea is to use sound for refrigeration instead of the current refrigerants that cooling devices rely on. The U.S Navy is interested, and so is ice cream mogul Ben & Jerry’s.