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The NEWS was very busy at the AHR Expo in New York City, visiting as many booths as possible in search of new products. Below is a comprehensive list of all the residential control products we found on the show floor.
With new construction tumbling with the economy, Marty Gildemeyer placed a new focus on service, replacement, and maintenance agreement work. Additionally, Gildemeyer discovered a new niche — zoning.
Despite recent advances in technology, industry leaders agree that only time will tell what features and services might become standard on future generations of high-end thermostats and controls.
With the constant heat gain from eight vital nerve centers, the museum needed a bulletproof, mission-critical system to keep the temperature in these rooms at the constant 76˚F required by the State Office of Information Technology (OIT).
Technology, in many ways, has helped save the average person time, money, and hassle. And, when it comes to zoning an HVACR system, technology has helped make zoning a more accessible option for consumers and contractors.
It’s been a little more than a year since the release of the Air Conditioning Contractors of America’s (ACCA) Manual Zr, and so far, the manual, which focuses on residential zoning, is slowly gaining acceptance among contractors.
When it comes to zoning equipment, there’s no better source of information than the companies that make the devices. In an effort to share this knowledge and help contractors learn the intricacies of their systems, many zoning manufacturers are hosting training programs year-round.
While adding or replacing a cutter can be a worthwhile investment, the style and model of cutter needs to be carefully researched, as such an investment carries quite a hefty price tag.
The variable-refrigerant flow (VRF) zoning S-Series cooling and heating system outdoor unit PUMY-P60 Model is designed for homes and light commercial spaces.
The Coleman® Echelon™ zoning Communicating Control communicates with all key components in a home comfort system, providing total system integration that ensures maximum system efficiency and homeowner comfort, the company said.