Everyone knows when natural gas is not available (in many Northeast buildings, much of Florida and rural areas), the least-expensive form of heating is the heat pump.
However, among many people heat pumps have a terrible reputation for blowing cold air.
Has it come to this? Well,
not yet, but possibly soon! I recently read an article telling of how some
companies are marketing a hydrocarbon refrigerant to replace R-22 in air
conditioners, and they are marketing it to consumers, not HVACR supply
Our industry talks a lot
about indoor air quality, and whenever engineers design a commercial,
institutional or industrial building, great care is usually taken to ensure
proper air movement and ventilation.
The September 2017 issue features our cover story on how the ASA Education Foundation continues to impact the PHCP-PVF industry through the Karl E. Neupert Endowment. Other features include a preview of ASA's NETWORK 2017, a recap of ISH China, and much more.