Over 50,000 feet of refrigerant piping needed to be carefully insulated
December 7, 2015
Many Clemson fans would gladly sit on a wooden crate and cool themselves with a hand fan in order to watch a game at legendary Memorial Stadium. Others require a more luxurious game day experience. For these more affluent fans, Clemson has completed a $25 million renovation including a variable refrigerant volume (VRV) system.
These three working examples show how VRF technology helped a historical building never designed for air conditioning reach Leadership in Energy and Environmental (LEED) Gold certification, a high-rise project meet Title 24 standards, and a convent save $80,000 a year on energy costs.
The user can take advantage of the enhanced energy simulation capabilities of the IES platform
August 31, 2015
A new specification tool enabling designers to make accurate climate control system efficiency calculations for Daikin variable refrigerant volume (VRV) systems has been launched by Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES) in conjunction with Daikin North America.
The Solution Offers Control of Up to 256 Thermostats
April 9, 2015
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) announced that the company has created a two-way driver for Cool Automation’s CoolMasterNet and CooLinkNet universal HVAC bridges. The new control solution allows integration and communication with major HVAC systems based on VRV/VRF inverter technologies.
An acquisition that brings together two of the world’s strongest players in the global HVAC marketplace — exactly what does that mean? During the press conference held by Takeshi Ebisu, Daikin senior executive officer, and Dave Swift, Goodman Global Group Inc. president and CEO, the answer was simple. “In one word, complementary,” said Swift
Comfort Supply LLC, a Nashville, Tenn.-based HVAC wholesaler, announced that the company has partnered with Daikin AC (Americas) Inc. to begin distribution of Daikin’s heating and cooling systems in middle and east Tennessee.