This post was originally published on this site This week’s gallery features flexible hoses for mini-splits; an air circulator for industrial facilities; residential and light commercial unitary ducted equipment; series of variable-frequency drives; residential and light commercial a/c, heat pump; a seal to prevent leaks from copper tubing flare connections; and automatic balancing dampers.
This post was originally published on this site Hobaica Services’ accelerated apprentice program churns out HVAC technicians and service for its many divisions. A ‘technician shortage’? Well, we’ll just have to do something about that! by Kelly Faloon When Paul Hobaica started Hobaica Refrigeration in 1952, he chose to do so in his home town […]
This post was originally published on this siteGerry Wiegmann founded Design/Build mechanical contracting firm Wiegmann Associates in 1995. The St. Louis-based company specializes in innovative, energy-efficient HVAC solutions for its clients. One of Wiegmann’s core areas is commercial office buildings, but the firm also designs and installs HVAC systems for government facilities, residential high-rises, student-living […]
This post was originally published on this siteAtomatic Mechanical Services got its start in 1945 in Chicago designing and installing HVAC systems for residential new construction projects. Today, the Arlington Heights, Ill.-based mechanical contractor focuses on commercial construction, with additional divisions in residential, controls and service. Within the commercial space, its expertise lies in large […]
This post was originally published on this site This week’s gallery highlights these HVACR products: an air-cooled condenser with modular construction; a condensing gas furnace; a split-system mechanical dehumidifier; a leather work boot; an evaporative condenser with direct-drive EC fan; a four-way ceiling cassette; and a rooftop air-conditioning unit.
This post was originally published on this site Projected employment for HVACR technicians is expected to increase 15 percent by 2026, reports the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. It notes that commercial and residential building construction is expected to drive employment growth. The growing number of sophisticated climate-control systems is also expected to increase demand […]
This post was originally published on this site This week’s gallery spotlights these HVACR products: an environmental meter for HVACR measurements; a compact commercial heat pump; a miniaturized CO2 and RH/T sensor; a 12′ by 14′ counterflow cooling tower; an outdoor air-source heat pump; a hydronic heating zone valve; and an aluminum railing for HVAC […]