HVACR Business

APR 2017

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Trane Trane Custom P e r f o r m a n c e Climate Changer air handlers are designed and built to meet the most exact specifications for size, shape, components, materials and performance. Custom Performance Climate Changer air handlers are configured in the factory with variable aspect ratio design to meet specific footprint requirements, and can be customized to over 200,000 cubic feet per minute (cfm) capacity. Trane custom air handlers offer some of the industry's lowest leakage rates for maximum energ y savings and low- er operating costs. Double-walled casing panels up to four inches thick and high-performance foam insulation reduc- es air leakage and deflection to help maximize energ y effi- ciency, minimize utility costs and meet sustainability goals. trane.com/prospace PRODUCT FOCUS » Commercial Air Distribution Aeroseal For decades, ventilation is- sues have gone u n t r e a t e d , simply because there was no viable solution to sealing otherwise hard-to-access leaks. Aeroseal's technolog y has taken this complex issue and made it into a relatively simple task. With this new technolog y, Aeroseal has provided the industry's first alternative to traditional manual duct seal- ing products. e aerosol-based solution works from the inside of ventilation shas to "seek" and bond-seal targeted leaks, rather than coating the entire inside of the sha with sealant. aeroseal.com Daikin Daikin Applied's factory-installed ECM fan array in Vision and Skyline semi-custom air handlers feature ad- vanced technolog y that delivers 40 percent more efficiency (in the 3-5 HP range) in a space-saving cabinet design and quieter operation. e ECM fan array in Vision and Skyline meets a long-standing need for smarter motors that con- tribute substantial energ y savings per year. Available for both return and supply configurations, this fan array can accommodate up to 20 ECM fans manufactured in 40 unique arrangements to meet application requirements. northamerica-daikin.com Ruskin e Ruskin portfo- lio of life safety solutions includes more than 70 models of 1½-hour rated fire and combination fire/ smoke dampers that can be mounted horizontally in UL design I503. Combined with the flexibility that UL design I503 of- fers, the Ruskin FSD-LP series provides the most cost-ef- fective energ y saving choice for building owners for its superb airflow performance. In addition, the Ruskin DFD- LP provides excellent airflow performance along with in- stallation and maintenance-friendly features. ruskin.com Titus Helios is a digital diffuser that is powered by both ambi- ent light and direct sunlight. e variable air volume (VAV) diffuser can be used with thermostats and is completely wireless, enabling maximum comfort, greater efficiency and simplified installation. Ty p i c a l l y , VAV diffusers must be con- nected to an outside power source such as a building's power supply, leading to decreased energ y ef- ficiency. Beyond the energ y losses, the connections create headaches for contractors because they also require cables and cords that complicate and hinder system installations. Helios eliminates both of those issues because it's wireless and is equipped with a solar cell that can be charged by ambient light and direct sunlight. titus-hvac.com 23 HVACR BUSINESS APRIL 2017 www. hvacrbusiness .com Looking for More HVAC Accounts? Pump Up Your Profits Now! We call on the top companies and facilities in your service area Service, repairs, cleaning, new equipment, energy efficiency, controls, etc We set the meeting, you close the deal Powerful strategy of cold calling and email No contracts, month to month service We act as your inside sales team! Call 1-800-966-8003 and put our sales force to work for your business! We specialize in cold calling & lead generation for the commercial HVAC industry. www. wind river marketing .net

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