Carrier Commercial Equipment Upgrade Saves California School District More than Two Hundred Thousand Dollars in Energy Costs

The Fontana Unified School District is saving thousands of dollars in energy costs annually and has improved the classroom environment thanks to Carrier’s installation of 201 high-efficiency WeatherExpert™ 48/50LC roof top units (RTUs) at four different schools. With the project currently at the midway point, the district is saving approximately $210,000 in energy costs – an amount that’s expected to double when another 200 rooftop systems are installed next summer. Carrier, a world leader in… Read More

SPX Debuts Latest Cooling Tower Innovations at AHR Expo 2018

SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc., a full-line, full-service industry leader in the design and manufacture of evaporative and air-cooled heat exchangers, showcased its latest innovations in cooling towers and components at the International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Exposition (AHR Expo), at McCormick Place in Chicago, Jan. 22–24, 2018. In their booth SPX Cooling featured the new Marley MD Everest counterflow cooling tower, which offers over 85 percent more cooling capacity compared to other preassembled counterflow towers. Also… Read More

Bacharach’s MVR-300 Leak Detector Enhances Occupant Safety for VRF/VRV HVAC Systems

Bacharach, Inc. a leading provider of gas and refrigerant leak detection, combustion and emissions analysis instrumentation, energy management, and data analytics, is offering the MVR-300 to provide continuous refrigerant detection within occupied spaces. Typical applications include monitoring for potential leaks from high-volume HVAC-R systems in hotels, apartments, dormitories, hospitals, assisted living facilities and office buildings. The MVR-300 is ideal for integration with VRF/VRV (Variable Refrigerant Flow/Variable Refrigerant Volume) systems. The monitor ensures the safety… Read More

Master-Bilt Debuts Streamlined Refrigeration Systems in 2018

Master-Bilt, manufacturer and supplier of a full line of commercial refrigeration, is pleased to announce their newly redesigned remote refrigeration systems starting this year. With the EPA’s Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP), the start of 2018 means that HFC refrigerants like R-404A can no longer be used. As of January 1, 2018, these refrigerants are no longer permitted in new remote refrigeration systems used in walk-in coolers and freezers as well as remote cabinets. In… Read More