World Refrigeration Day to Celebrate Cooling Champions
More than 15-million people are currently employed worldwide in the refrigeration sector.
Johnson Controls expands water-cooled chiller portfolio
The Quantech QWC4 water-cooled screw chiller uses variable speed drive technology.
Diving Deep Into BTU Meters
At its core a thermal energy meter is a device that measures the amount of thermal energy used in a fluid system over a given amount of time.
Jaga expands hydronic fan coil unit line
The higher capacity Briza 22 and Briza 26 units are small enough to install in the wall or ceiling with either ducted or non-ducted systems.
An Ounce of Prevention
The value of maintenance programs and the consequences of not maintaining A/C systems.
Fieldpiece launches new vacuum pumps
Three new models to suit a variety of applications.
What about Cooling?
The versatility of modern hydronics technology allows designers to create systems that are specifically designed to the needs and constraints of almost any building.
Inverter Driven Air-to-Water Heat Pump
The new heat pump delivers both heating and cooling capacities.
HXV Hybrid Cooler
Includes uninterrupted operation with multiple fans, optional redundant pumps and a variety of operating modes.
EVAPCO Building Information Modelling (BIM) Files
The new 3D models include a full spectrum of products from evaporative to dry cooling towers, closed-circuit coolers and evaporative condensers.
Follow these steps to maintain the optimal performance of your residential clients’ cooling equipment.
Smart climate control solutions
Navac’s Mini-Split Toolkit
Nine-piece tool kit designed to make mini-split system installations more efficient for technicians.
New School, New Hydronic Technology
The recently opened New Westminster Secondary School in B.C. is operating with a low temperature hydronic system and efficient heat emitter solutions.
Heating and Cooling Solutions
Net-Zero community coming to the Ottawa-Gatineau Area
All buildings at the Zibi waterfront development will be interconnected through a hydronic loop that will deliver heating and cooling generated at a central district energy plant.
The Troubles I Have Seen
Sharp eyesight, an inquisitive mind and deductive reasoning are all required when solving HVAC problems.
2021 Refrigerant Update webinar now available for viewing
The second instalment of HPAC Magazine’s free 30 Mechanical Minutes webinar series was held live Wednesday, Dec. 3, featuring HPAC contributor Dave Demma along with Jeffrey Zimmerman of Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions and Chair of the HRAI Refrigerant Landscape Task Team.
Why air-to-water heat pumps are a market opportunity for hydronic professionals.
This two-part webinar series sponsored by Caleffi and presented…
Celebrating the 2nd Annual World Refrigeration Day
Taking place on June 26 – Lord Kelvin’s birthday – the day raises awareness of the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump sectors, and draws attention to their role in modern life.
Cooling For Comfort
Cooling load calculations and A/C design should not be interpreted as being comfort design.
Chillers for Residential and Light Commercial Applications
Water moves a lot more btu’s per pound than refrigerant, thus the commercial chiller is likely to be a viable HVAC product for the foreseeable future.
UPDATED: CMPX 2020 Product Spotlight
The Canadian Mechanical and Plumbing Exposition (CMPX) was scheduled…
Energy-Efficient HVAC Technologies Help Address Climate Challenge
The Canadian government has committed to decreasing the country’s…
Cold Water Piping
Aquatherm Pipe for Large Commercial Heating & Cooling
Biocomposite commercial ventilation units made using recycled plastic
Annexair plans to phase out its steel HVAC units next year.
Thermostatic expansion valve troubleshooting
Often misdiagnosed, take a system-wide approach when searching for root cause problems with AC and heat pump systems.
AHR Expo announces 2020 Innovation Award winners
AHR Expo show management has announced the winners of…
Johnson Controls acquires Synchrony from Siemens
Johnson Controls plans to use Synchrony’s technology to improve the performance and efficiency of its centrifugal chiller products.