Manufacturers of chillers used for comfort cooling in buildings replaced or converted 2,585 units that use chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) refrigerants during 2003, leaving an estimated 36,200 chillers still using them.
The Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) gained support from the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC) after appealing a decision by the Standing Committee on Houses to not reference the CSA B214 Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems in Part 9 of the 2005 National Building Code.
John Siegenthaler, a well-known teacher, software developer and writer for Plumbing & Mechanical and PM Engineer - sister publications to SUPPLY HOUSE TIMES - is teaching “Modern Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design,” a seminar sponsored by BNP Media, publisher of the three magazines.
Heating, Airconditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) member distributors say they expect price volatility and shortages for galvanized steel to continue for several quarters, according to a statement released on Feb. 11.
In this month's issue of Supply House Times, read about the following features: Plumbers Factory & Supplies' Chris Reynolds is ready to help take industry into next phase and Forte shareholders emphasize preferred vendor relationship.