PHCPPros interviewed representatives from several boiler manufacturers to get the pulse of the industry — what are the key topics of conversation, what is driving innovation, and how will the industry overcome the current roadblocks? The takeaway is clear — they’re a-movin’!
With the help of a professional production crew, PHCPPros will livestream interviews with top executives to its thousands of social media followers during the first two days of the show — Monday, Jan. 31, and Tuesday, Feb. 1.
PHCPPros spoke to several boiler manufacturers to gauge the pulse of the of the industry. And one thing is clear: The resiliency of everyone who makes the boiler industry move is unstoppable. The market is getting warmed up and everyone is ready to go full steam ahead.
Tune in to learn all about the latest residential and commercial hydronic trends, tips and tricks for installers, the new and updated Lochinvar products to look out for in 2021, and a recent project at Finger Lakes Community College.
I've dreamt about it, planned for it, designed for it, changed it a million times, and was never quite sure it would happen. Getting out of the trenches gave me more time so I could design and build the perfect beast in my home.
Amid this global pandemic, manufacturers of all shapes and strides find themselves adjusting and adapting to changing times. For the boiler industry, this is an especially critical time as the products and services that come from our manufacturers are not only essential, they are lifesaving.
Lochinvar and European partner EC POWER officially launched the XRGI25, a cogeneration system for the North American market, during a press conference, Jan. 15, at Lochinvar’s booth at this year’s AHR Expo in Atlanta.
Using up to 96 percent of the fuel, a commercial facility with a cogeneration system can produce both energy-efficient heat for domestic hot water and electricity to reduce energy consumption from external power sources.
With advancements in technology, heating our homes has never been easier. Take a look at this season’s trends in heating with everything from hydronics and radiant to geothermal and alternative energy.