Smart technology has been a huge influencer on the HVAC product market. This product roundup provides a sampling of the latest products and software available from manufacturers that will be beneficial to both residential and commercial contractors.
The commercial refrigeration market is diverse, spanning a number of applications, including food service; food and beverage production; retail, supermarkets, and convenience stores; and more. And demand for equipment is growing.
High-end furnaces feature an array of benefits and options to fit any consumer’s needs and wants. Consumers are becoming more self-educated about HVAC systems and how they perform, according to Jill A. Murphy, senior product marketing manager- heating, at Lennox.“This is leading to more questions about high-end furnaces and their benefits,” she said. "We have seen an upward trend in terms of demand for these products.”
Rick Haller, CEO of Lititz, Pennsylvania-based Haller Enterprises Inc., jokes that he got his start in the HVAC industry at the ripe age of 16 because the labor laws were different than they are nowadays. In 1981, at age 23, he had left that company and started his own business, operating out of his garage.
Recent developments in factory-assembled cooling tower technology can increase cooling capacity per cell by up to 50 percent, expanding the applications for so called “package” towers supporting HVAC and industrial processes. Although field-erected towers have long been the preferred product for process cooling in power plants and heavy industry, new robust designs and materials coupled with cost-saving building techniques make the new generation of modular products logical alternatives for a broader range of applications.
Offer functionality and durability for field and frontline workers
October 9, 2017
XOEye Vision — which leverages mobile devices and a variety of smart, wearable devices to document service calls, facilitate real-time support and deliver transparency for clients — can now add GoPro cameras to the list of devices that mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP), field technicians, construction, and other frontline workers may use to better service customers.
Manufacturers introduce systems in time for cold weather
October 2, 2017
The NEWS spotlights the industry’s latest commercial heating products in the following photo feature. The manufacturers provided us with brief descriptions of the features included with each product. For more information, please contact the manufacturers or their distributors.
Sandy Hook, Conn. — DDI System, an ERP software leader, is proud to unveil the company's new corporate brand and logo. The rebranding reflects both the evolution of the company as well, as its vision for the future.