Danfoss had a fruitful and satisfying 2018 AHR Expo. Not only was its Turbocor® TTH/TGH High Lift Compressor named the winner of the 2018 AHR Expo Innovation Awards in the Green Building category, the company also took home the coveted Product of the Year award.
During a press conference at the 2018 AHR Expo, Doug Murdock, president and CEO, Tecumseh Products Co. LLC, said the company, both at the show and in the coming year, will continue to launch and innovate with products customers want.
Motors and drives might be thought of as the elegant workhorses of HVAC and refrigeration systems. They combine old-school toughness and durability with the latest in Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, and manufacturers are constantly striving to make them more efficient and versatile and easier to monitor and control.
Service valves are so basic, and we see them with such regularity that we can miss them altogether. But, before I give the tips, I want to address the tech who tells the customer it was “probably the service valve” or “the caps were loose” as a plausible reason for a leak without actually doing a proper diagnosis. Don’t make excuses, find the leak.
This 270° Six-way Valve and Actuator line provides control in chilled beam and fan-coil installations. This product minimizes the number of valves and actuators in an installation — replacing up to four valves and four actuators.
SelectPro Version 3.5 includes a sensor module offering a complete range for measuring temperature, humidity, pressure, CO2, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in pipe, duct, and outdoor applications. SelectPro is a quick tool for accurately sizing and selecting valves, actuators, sensors, and replacement solutions.
These fractional-horsepower, low-temperature Copeland Scroll compressors utilize liquid-injection technology to cool discharge temperatures and reduce compressor stress while also meeting upcoming federal regulatory requirements.
Brent Schroeder, group president, heating and air conditioning, Emerson’s Commercial and Residential Solutions platform, numerous other Emerson leaders, and a handful of local and state dignitaries were on hand to turn the first shovels of dirt for an expansion project on a site that currently employs approximately 1,700 people.