Samsung HVAC has embarked on its first-ever U.S. roadshow, crisscrossing the country with a 53-ft trailer displaying residential, light-commercial, and commercial products, controls, and overall solutions....More
There were some interesting new products being exhibited at the 2016 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) in Orlando, Fla., including one I nearly missed....More
Four educational sessions focused on design-build will be offered free of charge at the 2016 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition (AHR Expo) as part of ASHRAE’s 2016 Winter Conference....More
More than 100 sessions addressing current trends and technologies in the HVACR industry are on tap for the 2016 ASHRAE Winter Conference, which will be held Jan. 23-27 at the Orlando Hilton in Orlando, Fla....More
This infographic brought to you by: Data Center World provides information on data centers and the complexities of a growing ecosystem. Topics covered include: cost containment challenges, capacity issues, cloud computing concerns, software/hardware solutions, and external threats. ...More
Every building manager and owner is likely trying to find the next step toward efficiency and saving money within their structure. At this year’s AHR Expo in Chicago, many companies offered up smart controls and thermostats that could help do just that....More
When fully utilized, Building Management Systems (BMS) offer facility managers many advantages. Harnessing building data to help correct root-cause energy inefficiencies is one area that is increasingly important yet challenging. This paper shows how leveraging BMS data through building data analytics software and combining it with expert engineering services creates actionable intelligence that can reduce HVAC energy costs by up to 30%....More
Though not required until December, 2022, the new UL 60335-2-40 standard is currently active for matched and packaged air conditioners/heat pumps (no standalone systems), liquid chillers and hydronic fan coil units, hot water heat pumps, dehumidifiers and supplemental heaters (designed as part of an appliance package).
A lot of leading building automations systems (BAS) are touted as being open. But what does that really mean? And does being open mean that building owners and operators are getting the most out of their BAS investments?
During this webinar, Johnson Controls BAS experts will examine the definition of openness and advise on what to look for from a BAS provider when secure interoperability and ease of integration is paramount. Because a unified intelligent infrastructure provides better interoperability so businesses run more efficiently....More