The Department of Energy (DOE) creates efficiency mandates that manufacturers in the heating and cooling industry need abide by. It’s happened to boilers, heat pumps, furnaces and, most recently, water heaters. It was just a matter of time until conventional circulators come under the DOE microscope. Here at U.S. Boiler, we’re taking early action. Starting soon, our cast iron boilers will ship with high-efficiency, variable speed ECM (electronically commutated motor) circulators in place of conventional circulators.
- Pumping away? Mark Eatherton continues his conversation about proper circulator placement.
- Become a better manager with this month’s Bare Bones BizTips.
- Beck Tip – When, why and how to use an Auxiliary Heat Curve
- From employee birthday parties to prefabricated near-boiler piping, Around The Clock Heating & Cooling, Inc., does it right.
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