Software Introduction and Webinar Training HPT is happy to announce they are going live with their SelectPlus design software. This cutting edge, cloud-based software comes with vastly improved features and capabilities. New features and capabilities include: Cloud-based software, accessible from anywhere with an internet Select controllable wrap around heat pipes Expanded bin weather data capability […]
Dampers are an important component to a building’s airflow system. If not maintained properly or replaced at the proper time rust and corrosion can develop leading to damper failure and inefficient airflow. Flow Tech, Inc. represents T.A. Morrison & Co., Inc.’s (TAMCO) high-end, quality dampers and air control products for commercial, industrial and institutional markets. […]
Flow Tech, Inc. is looking to expand our inside sales department. If you have a technical background in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, have worked in the HVAC industry or have prior sales experience consider applying for our Technical Inside Sales position. Evolution of the Position The career evolution would include a paid co-op/internship until college […]
The following press release was issued by Aircuity, our facility monitoring manufacturer. It discusses the recent success they’ve had with the adoption of their new “Airside Efficiency” Programs.
It’s all about structural design and construction. The number one reason for media failure in heat recover wheels is poor wheel design. Poorly designed rims, spokes and seals quickly wear under stress of today’s ventilation demands. Many wheels fail in as little as 3 to 5 years – due to wheel deflection and media fatigue. […]
St. Francis Hospital Finds a Solution in Aircuity Follow the link to watch a success brief about how St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, CT is impressed with their Aircuity system. Aircuity is a safe, smart and efficient facility monitoring system for ventilation.
ASHRAE Journal – February 2014 Check out this months ASHRAE Journal and learn more about contamination control in the operating room!
Inside Look at Jackson Labs, UConn Projects The massive bioscience construction projects going on at the UConn Health Center in Farmington are on time and on budget, according to officials. Flow Tech is excited to be involved with Phoenix Controls and Aircuity.
What Every Engineer Should Know About Variable Frequency Drives: VFD Specification Best Practices A variable frequency drive (VFD) often is specified to save money by reducing energy consumption in pumps, fans, compressors, or any other motor loads that may be found in a typical building. These best practices will provide the engineer with information on […]
Flow Tech’s Before and After Series: Baystate Hospital Location: Springfield, MA Problem: Baystate’s original rooftop exhaust systems were plagued by rust and corrosion, which if left untreated can breakdown the material’s properties making the systems less effective and eventually fail. Exhaust failure is not an option in a building experimenting with chemicals and acids such as a […]