New integration allows building owners and managers to view all of their core building systems including HVAC equipment, lighting, security, power, and electrical distribution anytime and anywhere via a single interface and delivers actionable insights to reduce energy consumption and drive savings.
Builds on companies’ expertise in HVAC and building management and control
October 13, 2016
Panasonic Corp. and Schneider Electric announced they are partnering to provide an integrated HVAC equipment and building management solution that brings new levels of HVAC control and energy efficiency to today’s commercial buildings.
MarketsandMarkets forecasts 11.4% CAGR for VRF market
September 5, 2016
Factors driving the VRF systems market include increasing demand for improved energy-efficient equipment and lower environmental impact due to use of low-GWP (global warming potential) refrigerants, growing construction activities, and increased legislation and energy management initiatives.
LG Multi-V IV VRF air conditioning systems now certified in all 50 states
August 10, 2016
LG Electronics USA announced that its Multi-V IV variable refrigerant flow (VRF) air-source systems have been certified to exceed California’s stringent seismic building requirements. The company said these air conditioning systems are now certified in all 50 states.
Built to help sales partners, mechanical engineers, and contractors manage design and selection
August 8, 2016
Daikin North America LLC has launched a new interactive, online platform that provides a complete, shareable variable refrigerant volume (VRV) product selection tool, allowing a user to create projects and then select the appropriate equipment and controls.
As the American market becomes more familiar with variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, it’s discovering firsthand the technology’s ability to deliver exceptional comfort with lower life cycle costs. Additionally, contractors are touting the ability to perform maintenance on systems individually, allowing them to fix a problem without disrupting the comfort delivered to the remainder of the facility.
In this issue, we take a comprehensive look at the future of social media, SEO, apps, and more and how they can affect your contracting business. We also look at new home automation and zoning products and trends that will benefit your customers in terms of comfort and convenience.
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