Indoor air quality has long been a top focus for HVAC manufacturers, particularly in commercial and industrial settings.
Commercial industries may feel the chill of winter more so than other sectors due to the number of buildings and amount of floor space that refineries, chemical plants, data centers and similar industries require.
With nearly one month of 2015 already in the books, some businesses are having trouble sticking with their New Year’s resolutions.
Federal and state regulations mandate certain requirements of buildings around the country, particularly so when it concerns the commercial sector.
Maintaining proper airflow at all times is no easy task, and if your HVAC system isn’t up to standard, then you could be making the situation worse.
HVAC manufacturers have seen a positive increase in the demand for energy-efficient products in recent years, and the trend isn’t likely to stop any time soon.
The world’s biggest conference for the HVAC/R industry takes place in Chicago from Jan. 26 to 28, and is already making waves for it’s record-setting registration numbers.
Energy consumption in the future will only rise to keep up with the demand for resources, and HVAC systems can play a large role.
Commercial refrigeration is the backbone of the larger food industry, which is responsible for supplying enough quality food to billions of people every day around the world.
HVAC failures are a primary reason for excessive energy costs, which can hurt a company’s ability to keep products at a proper temperature while also draining revenues from budgets.