HPAC Magazine

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News
November 25, 2021  

Ontario Makes Investment to Attract Young People to Skilled Trades Careers

The funding is expected to help attract more students to trades and ensure employers have the workers they need to grow their businesses.

Article
November 23, 2021  

The Ups and Downs of the Expansion Valve

While there are multiple methods of accomplishing heat transfer, the most common uses the vapour compression cycle.

News
November 15, 2021  

New Report Highlights Canadian Interest in Building Green

More than 1,200 industry professionals around the world were surveyed for the report.

News
November 9, 2021  

CIB and Enwave Form Partnership to Expand District Energy Projects In Toronto and Mississauga

CIB is expected to commit $600 million to the project which allows Enwave to accelerate and scale the build-out of its district energy systems.

News
October 28, 2021  

Canada Infrastructure Bank Invests $19.3 million in Toronto Western Hospital Heating Retrofit Project

Being called the world’s largest raw wastewater energy transfer project, it will transfer thermal energy to and from wastewater flowing in the mid-Toronto interceptor sewer.

Article
October 27, 2021  

Family Business Transitions

The story often goes like this: the older generation poured their blood, sweat, and tears into building their own contracting company.

Product
October 20, 2021  

Panasonic Debuts New Intelli-Balance 200 Energy Recovery Ventilator to Canada

Designed to increase airflow in tightly built homes with both exhaust and supply air.

News
October 19, 2021  

Viega Reduces Waste by Replacing Printed Instructions With QR Codes

Printed instructions inside the packages of most ProPress, MegaPress and PureFlow products made in the U.S. are expected to be removed.

News
October 19, 2021  

Right Time Group of Companies Acquires furnaceguys

Furnaceguys marks the tenth acquisition completed by Right Time and Gryphon Investors, and the first Saskatchewan-based acquisition.

News
October 14, 2021  

Danfoss Breaks Ground on New Turbocor Manufacturing Facility 

The new facility will triple current manufacturing capacity to meet a fast-growing demand from the American, European and Asian Pacific markets.

News
October 12, 2021  

Cornerstone Laid at Kingston’s First Geothermal Residential Building – The Geo

The Geo’s concept was inspired by the City of Kingston when it became the first municipality in Ontario to declare climate change as an emergency in 2019. 

News
October 7, 2021  

MCAC Awards More Than $17,000 in Scholarships

The scholarship series has awarded close to $70,000 to deserving post-secondary students.

News
October 7, 2021  

Ouellet Canada Presents Électro-Fédération Scholarship to Charles-Olivier Duquette

The purpose of the scholarship, which is worth $3,500, is to support students so they can achieve and realize their career aspirations.

News
October 7, 2021  

Tribe Property Technologies Partners With Eddy Solutions

Eddy Solutions is a network and service provider specializing in water monitoring and leak detection.

Product
October 1, 2021  

NTI Introduces New Mounted Indirect Water Heater

Features stainless-steel coil and with its capability of 445 GPH first-hour recovery rate, 20-gallon S20W and 65-gallon indirect tanks.

News
September 30, 2021  

Next 30 Mechanical Minutes: Hydronics – Optimal Tubing Depth in Slabs

John Siegenthaler will share what he’s learned and how contractors can ensure optimal performance for their clients.

News
September 28, 2021  

HVAC Companies Among Leaders in Canada 

The Globe And Mail top growing companies in Canada list includes businesses with energy efficiency and HVAC connections.

News
September 28, 2021  

Danfoss Acknowledges Sheridan College With 2020 EnVisioneer of the Year Award

The award was presented at Sheridan’s Trafalgar campus by John Galyen, President of Danfoss North America.

News
September 13, 2021  

Canadian Experts Invent Way to Detect, Track, and Reduce COVID Risks Inside Buildings

ParticleOne builds on public health guidelines to address the complexities of specific spaces, enabling business owners to make informed choices.

News
August 31, 2021  

AHR Expo Registration is Now Open

The 2022 AHR Expo is set to take place between January 31-February 2, 2022 in Las Vegas.

News
August 27, 2021  

Natural Resources Canada Releases HVAC Self-Evaluation Tool and Guide 

The voluntary self assessment tool has been tested with a variety of property managers and operations staff.

Product
August 26, 2021  

Armstrong’s Variable Speed Fire Pump with Fire Manager

Offers the ability to predict and report potential equipment failure that could result in expensive damage and/or loss of life.

News
August 23, 2021  

OEC and Geosource Energy Announce Geo-Exchange Partnership

Both organizations bring more than 30 years of combined experience to the renewable energy sector.

Product
August 18, 2021  

Watts Introduces ArmorTek Advanced Coating System

Specially designed to bond to the primer and provides a high-strength barrier between the iron substrate and water.

News
August 13, 2021  

Ouellet Group Acquires Delta-Therm

Distribution of these products is expected to be carried out from Delta-Therm’s current location in Chicago, Illinois.

Article
July 27, 2021  

Finding Power Quality Problems

Using basic power quality measurements, such as volts, amps, and power factor, a technician can narrow down power-related problems to a specific source.

News
July 13, 2021  

People on the Move: Aqua-Tech, Zurn, OS&B, ECCO Group and NAVAC

A recap of the some of the HVAC/R and

Article
June 25, 2021  

Benefits of Energy Metering

HPAC Magazine discussed the relatively recent trend to install thermal energy meters (Btu meters) in multi-residential buildings.

News
June 15, 2021  

Emerson Celebrates 100 Years of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Innovation

The milestone is expected to be recognized over the next 12 months as the company continues to innovate advanced Copeland products to solve industry challenges.

Article
June 8, 2021  

How Montreal Made Ammonia Safe for Its Rinks

The city has transitioned arenas away from R-22 using a design that ensures the safety of staff, patrons and surrounding neighbourhoods.