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The Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) announced shipment increases across several equipment sectors in the fourth quarter of 2013 when compared to the same quarter of 2012.
The renovation focused on restoring existing historical elements, while also improving overall energy efficiency and reducing waste.
The variable-refrigerant flow (VRF) slice of the U.S. HVAC market was worth approximately $382.9 million in 2012, up a mere 23 percent from $311.7 in 2011, according to LG Electronics executives at a company press event held in October 2013.
With a veritable alphabet soup of acronyms now available to describe the energy efficiency of HVAC equipment, contractors have all the information necessary to educate their customers about how their systems will perform when installed correctly.
Designed and manufactured specifically for use in variable-refrigerant flow (VRF) installations, SlimDuct RD-Series and the PD-Series rooftop ducting and support systems can accommodate multiple linesets.
We asked the contractors on our editorial advisory board to share which products they believe truly deserve to be called smart — and why.
The “HARDI Unitary HVAC Market Share Report” provides market share data and analysis detailing unitary sales based on product efficiency for both ducted and ductless cooling equipment, as well as furnaces and boilers.
The Mini Split Bib® Kit is comprised of a system that includes adjustable brackets, frames, and a gathering bib.
Daikin Industries announced it is launching a residential brand in the U.S. and that the variable-refrigerant flow (VRF) systems will be manufactured in the U.S. for the first time.
Having already reached 4 percent saturation, industry experts are expecting the VRF slice of the market pie to grow at a marked pace in the next few years.