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Hunter Industrial, a division of the Hunter Fan Company, is now partnering with its first Australia-based distributor, Fantech Group. The company, which distributes to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, will be the exclusive high-volume, low-speed fan partner to Hunter Industrial in those regions. Hunter Industrial's Titan and ECO series HVLS fans are now available for purchase through Fantech Group. Hunter Industrial launched in 2016 with its debut product, the Titan series HVLS fan. With blade spans ranging from 14 feet to 24 feet, this HVLS fan offers a competitive edge when it comes to efficiency, installation cost, weight and maintenance. Using less energy, the Titan efficiently delivers equal or better output than the competition. The company's second product, the ECO series fan, is among the most lightweight and economical industrial fans on the market. The ECO fans range in diameter from 8 feet to 24 feet. For more info, visit www.fantech.com.au or www.hunterfan.com/industrial. [...]
Fri, May 17, 2019
Source: HVAC Products HVAC Free
The latest broadcast in the Coffee with Caleffi technical webinar series, “How to control Legionella in DHW Recirculation Systems,” takes place on Thursday, May 23 from noon to 1 pm CDT. With increasing awareness of the dangers of Legionella bacteria in plumbing systems and the rise in reported Legionnaires' disease cases, assuring safe and sanitary domestic hot water (DHW) is more essential than ever. Kevin Freidt, director of product management and technical support, will take an in-depth look at temperature-based disinfection for minimizing the potential of biological contamination in DHW. Freidt has a B.S. in mechanical engineering technology, has more than 30 years' experience in the commercial HVAC industry and is a LEED AP. Coffee with Caleffi technical training webinars are free and intended for contractors, designers and wholesalers. To register for the event, click here. caleffi.com [...]
Fri, May 17, 2019
Source: Mechanical Business
Those priorities include knowing the 'repair-vs-replace' conversation, and driving service agreements. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
Technical papers, panel discussions and workshops were developed in partnership with North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
Arneg USA is a manufacturer of refrigerated display cases and cabinets for the retail food industry. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
Hoffer's namesake flow meter company, Hoffer Flow Controls, is an innovative leader in solving critical and demanding flow applications. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
'The Lift' is a quarterly digest that will provide propane-related news, information and tips. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
Webpage features refrigerant information, design guides, ASHRAE courses and more. [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
Residents of B.C. planning energy-saving improvements to their homes can now save thousands of extra dollars by applying for increased CleanBC efficiency rebates. Rebate limits have been raised as part of a significant expansion of incentives under CleanBC's Better Buildings program, which makes it easier and more affordable for British Columbians to choose energy-saving products and save money on home and business renovations. Provincial incentives to help people switch to high-efficiency electric heat pumps for space heating have increased by $1,000, bringing the total rebate to $3,000, with additional incentives available in some municipalities. Similar incentives to upgrade doors and windows also increased by $1,000, bringing the total rebate for those upgrades to $2,000. The Province's CleanBC plan provides up to $14,100 for a home and up to $220,000 for a commercial business to switch to high-efficiency heating equipment and to make building envelope improvements, while saving energy and reducing greenhouse gases. “We're boosting heat pumps and other smart technologies because energy-efficient buildings are a key part of our cleaner future,” said Michelle Mungall, provincial Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. “This program will help us get to our CleanBC goal of reducing climate pollution, making B.C. cleaner and creating good jobs that support families and sustain our communities.” The province launched CleanBC in December 2018, committing to raise standards for new construction and encourage energy-saving improvements in existing homes and workplaces. betterhomesbc.ca [...]
Thu, May 16, 2019
Source: Mechanical Business
Take a look at these accredited institutions to enroll in as an industry first-timer or to gain additional certifications as an industry veteran. [...]
Wed, May 15, 2019
Source: Contracting Business
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