Griswold Controls has analyzed the cost of manual valves vs. automatic flow limiting valves. At first glance, you might think that manual valves should be significantly less expensive than the more advanced automatic flow limiting valves. You may be surprised.
At the Hoffman family of companies (which now, happily, includes us here at Heat Transfer Sales), we're dedicated to safe, sustainable, and energy efficient applications of cooling. Whether it's keeping you cool in these torrid days of summer or keeping your beverage of choice frosty, the cooling process often relies on refrigerant. Refrigerant is the life's blood of the cooling process.
Heat Transfer Sales was selected as one of North Carolina’s 2019 Best Employers by Business North Carolina Magazine. We’re pretty excited to announce this is the fourth year in a row that our company has received this honor.
Water is our business, so we take every opportunity to remind colleagues and friends of its importance. March 18-22 is National Fix a Leak week. An entire week is set aside to celebrate water by reminding us not to waste it. Those little drips add up to a significant amount of money and wasted resources. Keep in mind how much energy goes into moving water and how much water goes into making energy. Save water and you save energy. It can be easy being green!!
Infrared heating is the go-to choice for many applications, including industrial, commercial, aerospace, military, outdoor and patio, and stadiums and sports venues. One key advantage to infrared heat is the ability to provide comfort without the additional energy requirements of heating all the air. This becomes especially important in spaces that have a high air change rate per hour, like loading docks, maintenance facilities, and even stadiums.
But how important is ventilation for these systems? This webinar will help you understand ventilation requirements for infrared heaters while offering you the opportunity to earn one PDH credit.
Typically, we try not to write too much about our company in our blog posts. It's a "me, me, me" world, but we work hard to focus on what specifying engineers, building owners and contractors need from us. Sometimes, however, we need to pass along information about us that may be important to you.
Spring is just around the corner. Restaurants everywhere will be opening up patios so that customers can indulge in outdoor dining to enjoy the weather. Unfortunately, outdoor dining isn't always as pleasant as it might seem when diners have to battle unseasonably chilly weather and bugs. Fortunately for restaurant owners and design engineers, you can create a space that allows for the most enjoyable outdoor dining conditions.