New Products for HVAC and Building Controls

04/02/2007


Heavy-duty industrial in-line valve series is specifically designed for use in extreme operating conditions. The new product incorporates spool technology for effective use in applications where pneumatic systems have to operate at extreme temperatures in the range of -40 here .

Water heater and boiler product lines now offer greater venting flexibility with new vent reducer kits. Available for installation with Category IV vent systems, the vent reducer kits allow the vent diameter of each model to be reduced by as much as 45%, thus reducing the installed cost. All water heaters and boilers offer the flexibility of six different venting options with up to 50 equivalent feet of air intake and 50 equivalent feet of venting. For more about Power-Fin from Lochinvar, click here .

Conduit connectors meet the demand for conduit fittings that function well in heavily corrosive environments.conduit connectors from Thomas & Betts, click here .

Drive-bypass system is designed specifically for commercial HVAC applications. The "I-Beam" design enclosure allows for ease of mounting in very narrow locations. According to the company, the new packaged drive-bypass is competitively priced and will be widely available directly from the manufacturer, as well as through the company's distribution channels. For more about the E7L Drive Bypass System from Yaskawa, click here .





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