Bosch Thermotechnology Corp. has announced a new partnership with Serenbe, a sustainable eco-conscious community development, that will be the site of a first-of-its-kind Bosch Experience Center designed to showcase the company’s full-line of residential solutions.
Heat Pipe Technology Inc., a division of MiTek, a Berkshire Hathaway company, announced that it has opened a new Demo and Innovation Center, an extension of its Gainesville, Fla., manufacturing facility. The center is designed for advanced on-site research, as well as to showcase its technology for visitors.
A new white paper released by ASCO Valve Inc., an Emerson company, titled “Reviewing Technology Breakthroughs: The Insiders’ Guide to Modular Gas Valves,” offers guidance on selecting the proper valve for specific applications.
Contractors and trade professionals are relying on smartphones and other mobile technology like laptops and tablets to assist in purchase decision-making, according to a national research study conducted by Eric Mower + Associates (EMA) Group B2B.
Tecumseh Products Co. has announced the appointments of Claudia Andrea da Silva as global motor technology manager and Scarlet Bryce Hauff as global material technology manager in order to strengthen the company’s global research and development capabilities.
LonMark® International announced the winners of its 2011 Best of the Year awards at a member reception on Jan. 24. The Best of the Year distinction honors products, companies, projects, and individuals demonstrating innovation, vision, and leadership.
Technology can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, trying to keep up with changing technology can be a never-ending battle that consumes your time and budget. On the other hand, not bothering to keep up with technology can hurt a business. So what do HVAC contractors see as tech trends in the next year?
The resurgence of manufacturing following the economic crash of 2008 is unprecedented, according to the Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT). The association said October’s U.S. manufacturing technology orders put the year-to-date total up 80.5 percent compared with 2010.