The new, second generation YORK® touch-screen residential thermostat from Johnson Controls incorporates smart technology to communicate with both conventional and connected HVAC systems, allowing contractors to sell a single thermostat solution across multiple product tiers and offer homeowners a complete YORK home comfort system.
Honeywell’s PX3 series heavy-duty pressure transducers convert pressure into an analog electrical signal. The cost-effective sensors feature a brass housing and can support multiple configurations to help end-users minimize implementation and production costs.
SPX Cooling Technologies Inc. introduced the Marley LW Fluid Cooler, an induced-draft, counterflow, closed-circuit fluid cooler. The design incorporates patent-pending heat transfer technology, a lower height to address local code restrictions, and other installation and maintenance advantages.
Ideal for indoor applications, confined layouts, low height, and low-sound requirements, both models can replace existing forced draft equipment of the same box size and fan motor horsepower and provide up to an additional 30 percent in evaporative thermal capacity. Due to this increase in capacity, the footprint, height and horsepower can be reduced for the same load.
ASCO has introduced brass valves that comply with Federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requirements for lead-free components. The lead-free brass constructions are available on the company’s most popular lines of general service solenoid valves.
New 10-ton XX packaged heat pumps and 3- to 5-ton ZQ 14 SEER air conditioning units have been added to the Coleman Peak rooftop replacement solution from Johnson Controls Inc. The units feature an exact-fit replacement design that matches them to footprints of other manufacturers’ units and reduces installation time, cost, and complexity by eliminating the need for a curb adapter.
Sensaphone® has introduced the Sentinel™ PRO remote monitoring system, an enhanced version of the Sentinel cloud-based system that provides 24/7 monitoring of unattended HVAC units, freezers, refrigerators, boilers and chillers. The system supports the Modbus communications protocol and includes a second relay output.