Prevent Coil Freeze and Thaw Damage with Cooney Freeze Block Technology

Did you know freeze damage is one of the leading causes of coil failure? At temperatures 32°F and below, water can freeze and expand, causing excessive pressure that results in coil damage within minutes. Consequently, expensive and time-consuming maintenance, coil repair, downtime and potentially serious subsequent damage from the thaw and flood often occurs. What is to be done to prevent this? Read more to find out…

Flowtoberfest 2019 – You Can BARLEY Tell It’s Work

Flowtoberfest was created in 2014 as a party to show our customers appreciation for their continued business. Since it’s birth, the occasion has gained momentum and popularity and is now the must-attend fall event of the Connecticut AEC industry. Today’s post provides a recap of the 6th Annual Flowtoberfest, which was held two weeks ago in New Britain, CT. Sit back, relax and enjoy learning about the affair…

White Paper: Controlling Wrap-Around Heat Pipes for Systems with Strict Space Humidity Requirements

Today’s post was written by one of Flow Tech’s Sales Engineers, Michael O. Davis, P.E. In this white paper you’ll learn about controlling wrap-around heat pipes for systems with strict space humidity requirements. It provides a brief background on heat pipes, presents the current challenges when dealing with humidity in HVAC applications and focuses on how to best combat any issues. Six scenarios are discussed and illustrated through psychrometic charts…

Introduction to WELL and the Critical Air Concept Webinar

The Well Building Standard is a very current and attainable certification that more people involved in the built environment should consider and take seriously. This building standard may be the most important of them all considering its main focus is to improve occupant health and quality of life through design, operations and behavior. Learn more about it by attending a free, live webinar…

Aircuity Monitor: July 2019 – Exhaust Fan Application Complements Aircuity Lab Building Installation, Increasing Savings

Today’s blog post comes from the July edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue you’ll learn about how exhaust fan applications are the perfect complement to Aircuity lab installations. Aircuity also announces Bacnet capability, as well as their upcoming trade show schedule.

July 2019 Employee Feature: Ryan Glenney – Flow Tech’s Inside Sales Intern

Summer is a time for teaching at Flow Tech. Most summers, since 2009, we’ve had a summer intern. Our hope is to find the next generation of Flow Tech talent through our internship program. This year’s recruitment efforts were fierce. Although all the candidates impressed us, one stood out from the others – Ryan Glenney. Keep reading to learn more about him…