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Combination boiler provides heat, DHW


Sink strainers


This family of rugged, durable stain- less steel and chrome plated sink strainers come in a variety of config- urations. Many have a neoprene stop- per seat for water-tight closures and fit an array of sinks, with openings ranging from 17/8" up to 4" dia. De- signs include junior duo sink strainer, deep double cup, wash tray design, duplex strainer, twist and seal and spring clip style baskets, flat top and chrome plated cast brass body. Strainer replacement baskets that fit all designs available. Matco-Norca. www.matco-norca.com


Boiler line


Arrowhead boilers are a full line of new scotch ma- rine firebox boil- ers. Units include standard sizes from 10 to 100 horse- power at 15 psig steam and 30 psig water operating pressure and will be no more than 34" wide. Superior Boiler Works. www.superiorboiler.com


Programmable logic controller Modicon™ M168T™programmable logic controller helps OEMs and end users improve performance, optimize


Lynx 120 Combi-Boiler is a true combination heat- ing boiler and domestic hot water solution. The boiler produces 120,000 Btu and comes complete with an ASME H Stamp approved cast aluminum- silicon heat exchanger. As with the company’s other models of gas-fired con- densing hot water boilers, it comes with a free 5-year parts and labor warranty. Slant/Fin. www.slantfin.com


Boiler management system


HeatNet integrated boiler control plat- form provides Series 28HE RTS boil- ers with precise system control and system performance feedback. Intu- itive interface with plug-and-play con- nections speed the setup and diagnostic process; operates units stand-alone, a multi-boiler master/ member network protocol of up to 16 boilers or boilers connected to an ex- isting boiler management system. Can incorporate mixed configurations of condensing and non-condensing boil- ers. Smith Cast Iron Boilers. www.smithcastironboilers.com


Evaporative cooling system


M•Power™sensor-operated faucets feature hands-free activation. Unique motion sensor starts and stops flow, automatically reducing gallons used daily, sewage bills and hot water consumption, while saving energy and preventing risk of accidental overflow. No handles; faucets are a hygienic solution in preventing the spread of germs and bacteria. Above- and below-deck electronics offer in- stallation options based on sink styles or building preferences. Accessories are avail- able. Moen Commercial. www.moencommercial.com


Sensor-operated faucets Wall-hung boiler


Wall-mounted, modulating-condens- ing Mascot II boiler offers high effi- ciency, ease of use and versatility in a small 100-lb package. The low-


Universal furnace control kits


costs and speed time-to-market for HVAC/R machines. Flexible archi- tectures, customized design and So- HVAC™ software for single programming and commissioning. For small/medium chillers, rooftop units, refrigeration racks and air han- dling units. Web-enabled capabilities allow machine OEMs and end users to remotely monitor energy consump- tion, machine shutdowns and other problems. Schneider Electric. www.schneider-electric.us


Two-stage HSI Integrated circulator furnace control kits are available in both 3-speed and variable speed. Vari- able speed model 21V51U-843 re- places 50V51-XXX’s and 50V61- XXX’s two-stage HSI systems with 80V or 120V Ignitor. The 3-speed ver- sion, model 21M51U-843, replaces all 50M51-242’s and all 50M61-XXX’s two-stage HSI Systems with 80V or 120V Ignitor. Kits include everything contractors need for quick and accu- rate replacement and are easy to in- stall. Universal 120v nitride ignitor kit 21D64-2 included. White-Rodgers. www.White-Rodgers.com


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NOx, 95% AFUE, sealed-combus- tion, fully-modulating system is available as a 125 MBH input boiler or as a com- b i n a t i o n boiler and water heater. Installation and set up are made easier with built-in condensate trap and auto air-elimina-


tion vent, as well as full access to the gas valve and control panel at the same time. Zero clearance installa- tion; option of multiple boiler staging to handle larger sized heating loads and common venting. Laars Heating Systems Company. www.laars.com


Air2O™ is an advanced evaporative cooling system for residential and light commercial applications in hot, dry climates. The CRS-2500 model is a two-stage indirect/direct cooler that produces the coolest air possible, using 100% clean fresh air for supe- rior IAQ. Envi- r o nme n t a l l y f r i e n d l y ; n o CFCs. The small amount of water that is used dur- ing the cooling process is renewed peri- odically by a self-purging reservoir. Cools using up to 80% less energy than a traditional air conditioning system. Speakman Company. www.speakmancooling.com


Stainless steel compression sleeve


V-Sleeve™ stainless steel compres- sion sleeve offers full compression over the entire sealing surface of the fitting and 360° visibility of the tube


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inserted fully. Can be pre-loaded on a fitting or pipe; eliminates improperly positioned crimp rings and clamps. Up to 50% more sealing surface than push clamps. Available in 1/2", 3/4" and 1" for ASTM F1807 or ASTM 2159 fit- tings in conjunction with any SDR 9 PEX tube. Sioux Chief. www.siouxchief.com


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