Our thanks to hydronic engineer par excellence Robert Bean for bringing this to our attention. An engineering paper on the offices of an Indian IT company demonstrates that radiant cooling is cheaper to install and operate than conventional HVAC. The large office building has two symmetrical halves, one cooled conventionally and one cooled by radiant.
This week the product gallery includes a turbine-powered faucet, a push-connect valve, a set of carbide hole cutters, a pair of hand pliers with a new torque-lock design, a corrugated sleeving option for PEX tubing and more.
In June of 2014, just east of Pueblo, work began on a 2,600-sq.ft, ranch-style home perched on a bluff overlooking the Arkansas River. The client was familiar with Triple AAA’s work and requested them....More
This week the product gallery includes a portable water treatment filling unit, a flush plate that improves dual-flush actuation, a compact, easy-to-install butterfly valve, a fastening system for radiant pipe in overpour and concrete installations, and much more.
Property owners and facility managers can realize significant energy savings and improved comfort in a facility or building by upgrading a 20- to 30-year-old boiler with a new, more efficient unit....More
To address the critical nature of pathogens and other infectious diseases that play dangerous roles throughout the construction industry, ASSE International has developed the ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000....More
This whitepaper by Kyle DelPiano, market development manager, Southest territory for Xylem, Inc., collects data from ASHRAE and a 2014 report from the Hydronics Industry Alliance to compare hydronics and VRF systems head-to-head....More