HPAC Magazine

Category
Cooling

Article
January 13, 2021  

The Troubles I Have Seen

Sharp eyesight, an inquisitive mind and deductive reasoning are all required when solving HVAC problems.

News
December 10, 2020  

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.

Tech Pulse
October 16, 2020  

Why air-to-water heat pumps are a market opportunity for hydronic professionals.

This two-part webinar series sponsored by Caleffi and presented

News
June 23, 2020  

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.

Article
June 19, 2020  

Cooling For Comfort

Cooling load calculations and A/C design should not be interpreted as being comfort design.

Article
June 19, 2020  

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.

Article
March 9, 2020  

UPDATED: CMPX 2020 Product Spotlight

The Canadian Mechanical and Plumbing Exposition (CMPX) was scheduled

Tech Pulse
March 3, 2020  

Energy-Efficient HVAC Technologies Help Address Climate Challenge

The Canadian government has committed to decreasing the country’s

Product
February 28, 2020  

Cold Water Piping

www.ipexna.com

Product
February 28, 2020  

Aquatherm Pipe for Large Commercial Heating & Cooling

www.aquatherm.com

News
February 26, 2020  

Biocomposite commercial ventilation units made using recycled plastic

Annexair plans to phase out its steel HVAC units next year.

Article
December 23, 2019  

Thermostatic expansion valve troubleshooting

Often misdiagnosed, take a system-wide approach when searching for root cause problems with AC and heat pump systems.

News
November 26, 2019  

AHR Expo announces 2020 Innovation Award winners

AHR Expo show management has announced the winners of

News
November 4, 2019  

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.

News
October 31, 2019  

Hydro-Québec and Stelpro partner up to develop connected smart devices

Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC— Hydro-Québec’s new subsidiary, Hilo, and Stelpro have announced

News
September 30, 2019  

Electro-Breeze Manufacturing headed south of the border

The Saint-Sauveur, Quebec-based manufacturer of commercial and residential HVAC air filtration systems will be re-branded under the newly created ‘Electro-Breeze by Fresh-Aire UV’ brand.

Product
September 26, 2019  

RectorSeal’s New Tool Blows Out A/C Blockages

RectorSeal’s LineShot™ is a handheld tool that clears blocked

News
September 13, 2019  

Central Air Equipment named Atlas Copco Compressors’ newest distributor

Central Air Equipment (CAE) in Calgary, AB will focus

News
September 13, 2019  

Canadian manufacturer Arctic Chiller Group sold to Trane

Trane has announced that it has acquired Arctic Chiller

News
September 11, 2019  

Trane celebrates investments in newly-expanded plant, business sustainability

  Trane, a provider of indoor comfort solutions and

News
July 31, 2019  

Tempers and temperatures rise, BC report exposes implications of air conditioning

The use of air conditioning in offices across British

Tech Pulse
July 30, 2019  

Fortress™ The professional grade ducting for mini-splits

Fortress professional duct/ fitting system hides unsightly AC lineset.

News
June 10, 2019  

Feds award $2.6 billion contract to upgrade heating, cooling plants in Ottawa

A consortium has been selected to modernize the aging district energy system used to heat and cool more than 80 structures in the city

Article
May 28, 2019  

Cooling systems meet the challenge of power-dense data centres

It is no easy task to cool power-hungry data

News
May 28, 2019  

Ontario homeowners neglect testing, servicing of air conditioners: poll

Ontario homeowners rely on air conditioners to keep cool

Article
May 28, 2019  

Is your client’s compressor ready for the summer heat?

Other than the cost there are no serious arguments

Article
May 27, 2019  

The overlooked technology

By its very nature, the engineering profession is based

Article
May 23, 2019  

Air conditioning system procedures

Evaluating the performance of a cooling system requires the

Article
February 15, 2019  

Small scale hydronic cooling

Hydronic heating has long been known for providing superior

Article
February 15, 2019  

New heat pump technology remedies past issues

Certainly all of us have been truly disappointed by