New Products and Services for HVAC Applications

10/27/2005


High airflow motor-blowers target industries that require high airflow and medium pressure and are available with either a brushless (switched reluctance) or brush-type (series universal) drive motor. The units use a fan and housing design optimized for performance in the range of 70-in. to 90-in. sealed vacuum and up to 300 cfm. For more about Flo-Tek 700 from Amtek, click here .

Blade readiness assessment service provides IT professionals with an assessment of the feasibility of successfully deploying blade servers in their current data center installations. The service provides evaluations of essential data center NCPI components including power, cooling, facility and rack. For more information on this new service from APC, click here .

HVAC vendor website features extensive new online resources and simple navigation. The site offers comprehensive product downloads with access to sales brochures, technical data, installation manuals, product drawings and warranty details. Other features include helpful industry links, glossary terms and standard abbreviations as value-added tools for novice or veterans. To visit the United CoolAir site, click here .

Acoustic software automates ASHRAE-endorsed algorithms published in their most recent, “1991 Algorithms for HVAC Acoustics guide” with a user-friendly Windows interface, updated product sound data, more sound elements to model sound paths and a new report format that makes it easier to interpret analysis results. For more about TAP 3.0 from Trane, click here .





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