A 16-page, full-color brochure from ABB describes the company's portfolio of analytical instruments as well as its capabilities in measuring flow, natural gas, force, pressure, and temperature. Unusual applications include monitoring greenhouse gases from space. Indicators, recorders, and controllers are featured.
“Thermoplastic Valve and Piping Systems” from Asahi/America presents an overview of the company's thermoplastic fluid-handling product lines and their capabilities for distributors, engineers, and installers. The catalog features specifications for thermoplastic valves, pneumatic/electric actuators, and industrial piping.
— Asahi/America Inc.
A new bulletin describes Bell & Gossett's lead-free potable-water products. From pumps and boosters to tanks and valves, the products are offered in lead-free brass materials, meet California's AB1953 and Vermont's S152 legislation requirements, and exceed stipulations in the other 48 states.
— Bell & Gossett, a brand of ITT Corp.
Davis Instruments' “New & Best-Selling Products” catalog features 256 pages of test, measurement, control, and calibration products from Fluke, Extech, Tektronix, GE Sensing, Hart Scientific, and other manufacturers. New items include AEMC's 5000-v Megohmmeter with adjustable and programmable test voltages.
— Davis Instruments
A booklet from MovinCool describes several of the company's lines of spot coolers, such as the CM12 and CM25 ceiling-mounted packaged air conditioners. Accessories, such as a condenser air intake, are highlighted. The full-color booklet includes photos and diagrams and lists product features and specifications.
An energy- and environmental-monitoring product catalog from Onset contains specifications for weather/waterproof data loggers, as well as loggers for indoor environments. Wireless-sensor networks, remote monitoring-systems, energy loggers, software, and communications equipment are included.
Tate has introduced an electronic version of its “Design & Specification Guide for Access Floors With Underfloor Service Distribution.” Available online or on CD, the guide assists design professionals in utilizing the advantages of underfloor HVAC and voice/data cable management through cost-/time-effective construction methods.
A 21-page white paper from the U.S. Department of Energy, “Guidelines for Selecting Cool Roofs,” was created to help readers understand how cool roofs work, what options are available, and how to determine if cool roofing is appropriate for a specific building. Precautions and considerations are discussed.
— U.S. Department of Energy
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