Commercial building owners are tapping into the power of geothermal heating and cooling for energy savings and occupant comfort.
Smaller footprint frees up space where ‘square footage is a premium.’
Consideration of product purchasers and building users shaping the way manufacturers doing business.
GE’s revamped Zoneline automatically controls temperatures to prevent interior freezing and increase overall efficiency.
GE’s revamped Zoneline air conditioners engineered for noise reduction.
Panasonic expands its line of heat recovery systems that improve operational efficiency.
Pumped refrigerant economization system reduces energy and water usage.
Floor-laid solution provides efficient alternative to conventional systems.
VRF systems provide personalized comfort control, energy efficiency and ease of installation.
Systems used in a variety of commercial applications.
A new range of stainless steel boilers offers customization and installation flexibility from small multifamily up to larger commercial buildings.
As buildings become tighter, new systems bring balance between fresh and poor air.
Mini splits offer that individual control for rooms and smaller spaces without making an entire building uncomfortable.
Ductless mini splits are playing a larger role in the HVAC market through their efficiency and flexibility.
VTS producing 'cutting-edge' products that can be ordered, designed, manufactured and delivered in a week.
As the ductless HVAC market is predicted to grow to more than $9 billion by 2020, more building professionals are seeing the value for their projects.
AHR 2016 features several companies touting the benefits of fabric air distribution systems.
ASHRAE's Max Sherman says consumers focused on sustainability are helping push developers and manufacturers to generate solutions that have less environmental impact.
Consumer care of indoor air quality and indoor health will drive the development of HVAC and refrigeration products that are more efficient and sustainable.
Such events provide opportunities for those inside and outside the heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration industries to see the latest technology and what is coming.