A.O. Smith Corp. showcased its comprehensive residential product offering through the company’s Mobile Marketing Vehicle at the recent 2012 National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders’ Show in Orlando.
Rinnai Corp. announced that it has enhanced its online presence with the launch of a digital resource center and blog called “Think Tankless.” Rinnai said that Think Tankless provides it with a new way to share tankless-related information with potential customers, while enabling site visitors to post comments and questions.
The domestic hot-water indirect storage tank lines WST and SST offer plumbing and HVAC professionals simplified installation and superior durability, which ensures fewer callbacks while providing end users years of reliable operation, the company said.
The ecoTough™ Series of gas-fired residential condensing tankless water heaters has been expanded with the NRC83, an Energy Star®-rated unit designed for smaller homes and multifamily dwellings. It is available in both indoor (the two-pipe, direct vent NRC83-DV) and outdoor (NRC83-OD) models.
The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) is pleased by the results of verification testing of appliances and tankless and storage water heaters released by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) under the Energy Star® program.
The features and benefits of high-tech HVAC equipment can often be lost on the end users — homeowners and building owners. What may seem to HVAC contractors like the greatest invention since sliced bread can result in blank stares from customers. But there is a way to make tech trends understandable to customers.
Located at River Meadows Ranch in Midway, Utah, the first-ever riverfront HGTV Dream Home is a modern yet rustic ranch house nestled on the banks of the Provo River. The home is equipped with several Rinnai® comfort-enhancing, energy-saving products.
With a pressure relief valve included, the tankless water heater kits consist of separate hot and cold valves. The hot and cold valves are available in union x threaded or union x solder ends with an integral ¾-inch FNPT relief valve port.
In this issue, we cover ductless products for the commercial market. We also look at alternative refrigerants and trends in R-22 reclamation. Other topics include a summer forecast, business franchises, and more.
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