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A Year in Review – Flow Tech’s Recap of 2017

Although it’s the end of January, the excitement and hopefulness of the new year is still upon us. We didn’t want our customers and followers to miss out on our traditional, Year in A Glance Recap. So, we thought it better to post a little later than not at all. As you think about the future and what 2018 has in store please enjoy a recap of what 2017 brought Flow Tech…

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South Windsor pools

South Windsor Loves Flow Tech’s ABB VFDs!

From involvement with Orchard Hill Elementary School and Clark Street Pump Station to their wastewater treatment facility, we have provided South Windsor with many variable frequency drives (VFDs) throughout the years. Today’s post highlights a unique project we helped them with. Learn how ABB’s variable frequency drives succeeded where other methods failed in the case study of South Windsor Pools…

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The Path to Zero Net Energy: Bristol Community College, John J. Sbrega Health & Science Building

On Thursday, August 4, 2016 Sales Engineer, Tom Proietti attended the International Institute of Sustainable Laboratories’ New England Chapter’s tour of the John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building at Bristol Community College in Fall River, MA. During the tour, Tom had the opportunity to learn about all the planning and resources that went into building this state-of-the-art science lab, one of which happens to be Aircuity (our facility monitoring, efficient building ventilation system). He also learned of the challenges they faced on the path to achieving Zero Net Energy. Below consists of a summary of facility/project facts he learned, as well as some pictures he was able to take…

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Brian Robinson conducting Drive Training

What’s a Drive?

You may have heard of them, or even seen them, but that doesn’t mean you know what they are or what they do. What is a drive? Today’s post if for those whom are unfamiliar with variable frequency drives. We posted a great video published by ABB that explains what drives actually are…

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