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I’m in the last 20 months of doing seminars and that has me reflecting on the places I’ve been and the sometimes strange and always wonderful things I’ve seen when it comes to heating.
Bradford White announces the addition of its exclusive ICON HD commercial control system to the company’s 100-gal. 399,999 Btu/hr. eF series ultra-high efficiency water heater.
An extension of the state-of-the-art Vertex line, the 75-gal. version is an Energy Star-qualified product and boasts up to 96% thermal efficiency.
Noonan has served as vice president of U.S. Sales since May 2012.
Sign up for the latest dates for Xylem’s Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse 2014 seminars.
Complete suite of services includes calculations and layouts.
Since I am now officially old, I get to pontificate on things that I have come to believe are always true in the hydronic-heating business, probably true in the rest of the heating business and certainly true when it comes to wet heat.
The new control products include: 0-10V DC Powerhead, which provides short response times and self-calibrates every 24 hours.
The units provide energy-efficient heating and cooling as part of either a boiler/cooling tower or geothermal heating and cooling systems.
Not current events. Those are easy to find. These are more difficult to find, but worth the trip. I hope they fill you with wonder and make you appreciate how far we’ve come in this fascinating industry.