A mechanical systems renovation increased guest satisfaction and lowered costs at the AC Marriott
March 18, 2019
From rebates to controls to acoustics and more, water-source VRF has been a game changer for the AC Marriott Dublin. For the general manager, it’s made all the difference in surpassing guests’ expectations.
This product is designed for light- to mid-sized commercial applications. It features front-facing fans and a compact chassis that permits the outdoor unit to be installed in narrow spaces, whether ground- or wall-mounted.
VRF technology will reduce utility costs at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church
March 4, 2019
Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church’s community center in the Tempe, Arizona suburb of Guadalupe now has state-of-the-art HVAC thanks to variable refrigerant flow equipment, accessories, and installation labor donations from RectorSeal, Panasonic Air Conditioning Group (a division of Panasonic Corp. of North America), and Woody’s Heating and Air Conditioning.
This product is a single-phase, VRF outdoor unit designed for residential and light commercial installations. It provides simultaneous energy-efficient heating and cooling, even in extreme weather conditions. Allowing for independent control of room temperatures for up to 12 zones, the unit features automatic changeover between heating and cooling modes.
The manufacturer’s Multi V™ 5 air-source VRF system and its LGRED° technology were in the spotlight, designed to do away with the occasional perception that VRF is more suited for cooling than heating.
At the AHR Expo in Atlanta, Samsung HVAC North America announced it will expand its residential and commercial air conditioning business in North America by building, training, and supporting a network of specifying representatives, distributors, and installers.
On Demand Learn how to set yourself apart as an industry leader by applying single phase VRF products to residential and light commercial opportunities. Learn how you can deliver total comfort, which includes precise temperature control, humidity control, precise airflow and low sound levels while maximizing system efficiency and reducing installation related costs.
In this issue of The NEWS, we focus on the Internet of Things and its effect on the HVAC industry, examining its impact on the skilled trades labor shortage, on cybersecurity, and on the popularity of self-healing buildings.