New Products for HVAC and Building Controls

03/05/2007



Smoke-free wood-fired furnaces burn 85% efficient and are ash-free. The furnaces are certified for indoor use, and the self-contained design results in a small footprint. For more about wood-burning furnaces from Greenwood Technologies, click here .

Temperature control options for energy recovery units (models ERH, ERCH, ERT, and APEX) are available in a range from the simplest offering of factory-installed current, temperature and pressure sensors to the new microprocessor controller. The microprocessor controller is available for either room or discharge control, and has the capability to interface with BACnet, LonWorks or Modbus. For more about energy recovery controls from Greenheck, click here .

Rigid pipe coupling is exclusively for use with stainless steel pipe Schedule S10 or higher.inflexibility is necessary. For more about Style W89 from Victaulic, click here .

Room temperature sensors are designed to complement not only the manufacturer’s buiding automation system, but competing BAS as well. The sensors come in a variety of packages. A programmable override button is available on select models. here .





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