Beating Growth GridlockDecember 1, 2013 HANK BULMASH
Understanding what your business can and cannot do.
Radiant Loop Layout PatternsDecember 1, 2013 MIKE MILLER
A review of radiant loop layout patterns with their differences, as they best represent the heat distribution into spaces with different heat loss characteristics.
Building BlocksDecember 1, 2013 PATRICK CALLAN
Hydronics supplier joins effort to educate children in developing nations.
Discover New Opportunities With Linear Shower DrainsDecember 1, 2013 ERIC CARSON
In the ultra-competitive world of architectural building products it is remarkable that manufacturers and designers can continue to create and develop new ones. But somehow there always seems to be another lightning-hot product or system that jolts the building design…
For Better Or For Worse…R-22 RIPDecember 1, 2013 DAVE DEMMA
The nuts and bolts of choosing a suitable refrigerant replacement. (Part II).
The Lowdown On Low LeadDecember 1, 2013 PATRICK CALLAN
CIPH’s Ontario meeting focuses on low lead changes, coordinating Canada-U.S. stand.
Golden Touch For ScheidemanOctober 1, 2013 Patrick Callan
Alberta native takes home top prize in refrigeration and air conditioning category at WorldSkills.
Innovative Conversion Program Targets HCFC-22 RinksOctober 1, 2013 Luc Boily
The City of Montreal has been moving forward with a cooling system conversion program for rinks still using HCFC-22 refrigerant. This motivated in part by the pressures of the Montreal Protocol, which will result in the phase out of HCFC-22…
Summit Offers View Into Future Of HydronicsOctober 1, 2013 by Adam
Heating Plumbing Air Conditioning (HPAC) magazine’s inaugural trade show, Modern Hydronics The Summit, offered a rich conference program, a strong line up of speakers, and an array of leading HVAC manufacturers and suppliers. The event garnered an overwhelming response as more…
Building Code Changes A Vanguard For DWHR SystemsOctober 1, 2013 Patrick Callan
Manufacturers are hopeful that the rest of Canada will follow Ontario’s lead.
By The NumbersOctober 1, 2013 Rod Yeoh
The plumbing implications of green rating systems for existing buildings.
For Better Or For Worse…R-22 RIPOctober 1, 2013 Dave Demma
As the need for alternates looms, contractors would be wise to develop a comprehensive strategy (Part I).
READER FAVOURITE FROM HPAC’S ARCHIVE: Let’s Get VerticalOctober 1, 2013 Ian McTeer
Horizontal venting terminations have created a variety of problems. It is time to consider other options.
Capitalizing On GreeningSeptember 2, 2013 Steve Goldie
It takes more than technology to produce results.
Increasing The AppealSeptember 2, 2013 Mark Evans
More options are emerging for pairing hydronics and renewables.
Looking Back – circa 1964 How to sell hydronics to Canadian buildersSeptember 2, 2013 Al Buschel
An expert brings out some points you may have overlooked.
The Variable Flow RenaissanceSeptember 2, 2013 Steve Thompson
The Pump Guy looks at the end game: modulating flow effectively.
Getting It RightSeptember 2, 2013 Mike Miller
Strategies to maximize radiant system effectiveness.
Changing DirectionSeptember 2, 2013 John Siegenthaler
How flow reversal can be used in hydronic systems.
ANNUAL REPORT ON SERVICE VEHICLES: It’s a tall new worldJune 1, 2013 Bill Roebuck
The practicality of cargo vans as service vehicles is expanding as manufacturers turn their attention to competing with the enormous Sprinter.
Ignore Pressure Differentials At Your PerilJune 1, 2013 Robert Bean
The unintended consequences of monster-size range hoods.
Condenser Water System SavingsJune 1, 2013 Mick Schwedler and Beth Bakkum
Optimized flow rates in the condenser water system provide installed and operating cost savings in chilled-water systems. This article discusses flow rate selection and offers options to consider for implementation in specific circumstances.
Getting The Job DoneJune 1, 2013 Hank Bulmash
Infrastructure and skills development figure prominently but has the groundwork been done? Insights into the 2013 Federal Budget.
Simple system garners big savingsJune 1, 2013 Luc Boily
Knowing that drinking water is not a boundless resource, a group of plumbing and heating teachers involved in the eastern Montreal vocational training school Centre Daniel-Johnson* developed a water-conserving system for the workstations. Daniel Savard, a plumbing and heating instructor…
Duo set to represent Canada in GermanyJune 1, 2013 Patrick Callan
NAIT grads prepare to test their skills against the world’s best.
Only As NeededJune 1, 2013 John Siegenthaler
A new approach to on-demand domestic water heating.
A Great MarriageApril 1, 2013 John Siegenthaler
How to combine solar collectors and a wood gasification boiler.
Don’t Sweat ItApril 1, 2013 David Simkins
Dessicant technology can be a solution to summer humidity issues.
How To Avoid IT System FailuresApril 1, 2013 Eddie Stevenson
Prevent equipment overheating in server rooms using ceiling-mount spot air conditioners.
Condenser Water System ComponentsApril 1, 2013 Mick Schwedler and Beth Bakkum
An overview of how condenser water system components react to changing conditions.