Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. heating articles below.
Facility managers who take a proactive rather than a reactive HVAC maintenance approach heading into the fall heating season will benefit in the long run.
Water heating is often the first adoption of propane in a building during retrofits or during new construction off the gas mains.
As an energy source, propane offers facilities efficient, low-cost equipment operation that can help to lower overall carbon footprint.
KONOse is an Energy Star certified smart thermostat designed to address the senior care market with increased visibility, focused ease of use, and adjustment assurance.
Warehouses have been proliferating across the U.S., and sites in less-developed areas without natural gas infrastructure presents a challenge to heat and fuel these facilities.
Daikin companies in North America announced they are developing ducted and ductless residential, light-commercial, and applied products utilizing R-32 refrigerant.
AHRTI, the research arm of the AHRI, released the results of a benchmarking study on A3 refrigerant R290, which evaluated the potential risks of R290 leaks and ignitions in a whole room scale setting.
OmniPremier 25 ton to 50 ton commercial rooftop units offer superior standard efficiency levels and already meet stringent DOE 2023 energy efficiency requirements.
LG expands its “Reliable to Extreme Degrees” (RED) heating technology to additional products in its portfolio.
The K-Series 2 ton to 10 ton dual-fuel-capable high efficiency heat pump can be used to create a rooftop unit for any application.