Recovering energy using HVAC heat pipes Mazen Awad of Heat Pipe Technology Inc. explains how building owners can use heat pipes to recover energy. Flow Tech, Inc. is Southern New England’s Heat Pipe Technology’s (HPT) representative. Please give us a call and we’d love to assist you with any (HPT) questions.
Variable frequency drives (VFDs), which can significantly impact energy efficiency goals by optimizing performance and reducing energy consumption by up to 50%, are among options in the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings, Better Plants Program. Flow Tech, Inc. is Western New England’s leading manufacturer’s rep for ABB variable frequency drives. We provide 24/7 service, […]
This press release discusses the important role of sensor technologies and the part they play in energy efficient buildings and buildings management. http://www.prnewswire.co.uk/news-releases/frost–sullivan-sensor-technologies-becoming-an-integral-part-of-buildings-236176791.html
Integrated Sciences Building: The College of Natural Sciences: UMass Amherst Flow Tech completed installation on the Thermowheel retrofit project for UMass’ Integrated Sciences Building. Now the building’s energy recovery will be more efficient and they’re looking at an 18 month payback.
UMass Lazare Selects Aircuity Aircuity’s laboratory ventilation optimization solution will make the UMass Lazare Medical Research Building more energy efficient.
SCSU Goes Green with Flow Tech’s Products SCSU will be using Phoenix Controls on a new science building, to be completed in spring of 2015.