Broan introduces four new ENERGY STAR qualified heat recovery ventilators (HRV) and four new energy recovery ventilators (ERV), which are designed to significantly improve the quality of air inside homes. HRV systems reclaim heat from exhausted stale indoor air to temper incoming fresh air. Heat is retained during cooler seasons and removed during warmer seasons. ERV systems transfer moisture from incoming, humid air to the stale indoor air that is being vented to the outside in the summer, while transferring humidity from exhausted indoor air to treat the cold, dry incoming air during the winter months. All models are equipped with unique defrost systems allowing for installation in any U.S. climate. The BROAN HRVH100SE is equipped with a HEPA filter that removes 99.97 percent of allergens and other microscopic particles in the air and has a state-of-the-art blower design, allowing for quiet operation. broanhvac.net
Using the latest multi-stage Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) technology, this unit achieves several whole-house air changes daily, while removing, reducing and inhibiting allergens, biological pollutants, atmospheric dust, odors and chemical contaminants.
Airborne particles and household dust are captured by a MERV 11-rated pre-filter, then a long-life, certified HEPA filter removes contaminants, including dust, pollen, pet dander, tobacco and cooking smoke – filtering 99.97% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns, like bacteria. cleancomfort.com
The popular iAQ Healthy Home app by Field Controls has been updated for 2014 to allow contractors to customize complete indoor air quality systems, quote a variety of options, and close the sale all in one meeting. The app, available for Apple and Android devices, is a dynamic sales and presentation tool that helps the contractor explain the need for better Indoor Air Quality while demonstrating the benefits of the Healthy Home System. He can choose from several pricing options and customize the system to meet the homeowner’s specific needs and budget.
Rotobrush International, LLC, announces its new product release to the HVAC industry market – the aiR+XP air duct-cleaning machine.
The new aiR+XP air duct-cleaning machine offers the following features:
• Designed specifically to safely and efficiently clean all types of ductwork, most importantly flexible ductwork.
• Lightweight and portable this machine allows for easy access into attics, basements and crawl spaces.
• 50-ft. total length of hose (standard offers 35-ft.).
• Runs on two power cords – two
• Includes large 28-in. and 30-in. brushes to clean larger ducts.
Trane CleanEffects provides whole-house filtration for indoor air, which EPA studies indicate may be 25 times, and occasionally more than 100 times, more polluted than outdoor levels. It uses patented, breakthrough air-cleaning technology to eliminate allergens and particles, such as dust, pollen, bacteria, pet dander, mold spores and smoke. This advanced design is capable of removing up to 99.98% of particles and allergens down to .1 microns – equivalent to 1/1,000th the diameter of a human hair.
According to company sources, Trane CleanEffects provides a clean air delivery rate that is eight times more effective than even the best HEPA filters and 100 times more effective than the standard one-inch filter found in most home central air systems. trane.com
Mitsubishi Electric announces significant improvements to its Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning R2-series and Y-series cooling and heating systems. Industry-leading efficiencies, a smaller footprint and improved heating startup make these outdoor units ideal for a variety of commercial applications.
Both the R2-series (PURY) and Y-series (PUHY) units take advantage of Mitsubishi Electric’s inverter-driven compressor technology and use intelligent controls for superior operation.
The Y-series and the R2-series can be connected using the G-50A/GB50A controllers and monitored through the CITY MULTI Controls Network.
The 2014 January technology update features the following:
Commercial Unitary: Chillers, VRF's, Applied Equipment
Residential IAQ: Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, ERVs, HRVs, UV Lights, Filters, Duct Cleaning Equipment, Instruments, Testers
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