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HVACC: Distech Controls ENVYSION
Sunday, November 06, 2016 - 03:36 PM
ENVYSION, web-based graphic design and visualization interface, delivers the art and science of actionable visual knowledge and powerful user experience. It enhances mobility with its responsive, HTML 5 interface, for an optimal experience across different user devices.

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HVACC: Distech Controls
Monday, April 04, 2016 - 07:14 PM
Distech Releases new Options and Controllers with ECLYPSE product line.

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Discover Distech Controls' new ECLYPSE Connected VAV Controller series.

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HVACC: HVAC Concepts Receives International Awards!
Saturday, June 23, 2007 - 05:35 PM
HVACC / Company HVAC Concepts, Inc. has recently received some national attention for our work with Wawa on their building automation project. Wawa is a leader in the C-Store market and recognized as a company that leads the way with innovative use of technology to improve business efficiency.

Wawa, Tridium, and HVAC Concepts won the Silver award in the Retail section of the M2M (Machine to Machine) Value Chain Awards. The Value Chain Awards recognize the most successful adopters of M2M technology and their enablers, the teams of solution providers that made their successes possible. The awards highlight the successful and innovative process of combining multiple technologies to create a winning solution.
Wawa, Tridium, and HVAC Concepts were also a 2007 Buildy Award Finalist at the 2007 Builconn show. The Buildy Awards recognize the individuals and organizations who have stepped up the challenge of integrating a system into the entire scheme of a building.

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HVACC: Multi-Compressor Turbocor Retrofit Controller
Friday, June 16, 2006 - 02:50 AM
HVACC / Company Local control and display for Turbocor retrofit of 270 ton Carrier 23XL Screw Chiller. Tridium JACE-2 Controller running Niagara AX using hardwired I/O, Modbus for full status reporting from compressors, BacNet/IP for integrating data with building automation system. A HVAC Concepts, Inc. Field Display directly connected to the JACE-2 via its second Ethernet port is used for a local display. The chiller controller provides a full featured sequence to properly run and manage a centrifugal chiller and associated equipment.

Why a Turbocor Retrofit? Efficiency is of utmost importance in today’s world of escalating utility costs and chillers are by far the biggest energy consumers in the building. However, replacing the chiller is not always the best option, especially when the mechanical equipment is difficult to reach with a crane or is below grade. The largest chiller efficiency gains are accomplished through compressor technologies and intelligent digital control. Retrofitting an existing chiller with Turbocor compressors can often show the best life-cycle return on investment. Read full article: 'Multi-Compressor Turbocor Retrofit Controller' (about 270 words)

Note: The Turbocor compressors are amazing. With only pumping background noise going from off to full load (close to 300 tons) there is no outright cues that the compressor is running – no noise, no vibration, nothing. If you’re not looking at readings telling you the compressor is running you wouldn’t believe it. Wow.
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HVACC: Employment: BAS/DDC Controls Mechanic - Technician
Tuesday, July 27, 2004 - 11:19 PM
HVACC / Company Join our team installing and servicing state of the art Web-enabled systems using the latest open systems technology and legacy integrations from Tridium, Siebe, Honeywell, and many others.

Top pay and benefits. E-mail Kevin Perdue, President (
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