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HVAC Concepts (HVACC)
Controls Contractor, System Integrator, and Manufacturer
  • HVACC has been in business over 19 years -- concentrating on controlling and monitoring facilities throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
  • HVACC identified the change in the control industry from proprietary to interoperable systems and has made substantial investments in understanding, integrating and supporting LonWorks based systems.
  • HVACC has maintained and supported all of its installed systems. Over 99% of all systems ever installed in the company's 19 year history are still running at 100% capacity.
  • HVACC operates a 24-Hour Monitoring and Service Center to handle alarm functions and customer service needs.
  • HVACC can select, install, integrate, and support LonWorks based products from hundreds of manufacturers including products from leading national controls companies. This enables HVACC to select the BEST product available for the application.
  • HVACC is an Authorized Tridium System Integrator and is experienced in presenting LonWorks, Bacnet, Modbus, and several proprietary control networks via the web with the Tridium JACE Controllers.
  • HVACC is committed to continue developing its web site and web services to provide easy access to: (1) support data (control drawings, data sheets), (2) site data (alarm information, service call tracking, multiple site reports, utility reports), and (3) software and site specific file updates.

Category: HVACC

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 HVACC: Rain and High Water
Friday, January 03, 2003 - 06:15 PM

Water levels in local rivers rise to near flood conditions. Check out and view real-time stream flow data. (Neat).

Maryland / USGS - Real-Time Stream Flow

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 HVACC: Domain Name Change to
Sunday, December 29, 2002 - 02:05 PM

HVACC / Company The HVAC Concepts, Inc web site located at can also be reached at   Several years ago, when we registering our domain name someone purchased after we had done several searches for it... so we had to settle for  The domain name recently became available and we quickly registered it.  Both domain names will continue to work indefinatly with the primary domain name for the web site being  Hurray!

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 HVACC: New Monitoring Center
Friday, December 20, 2002 - 01:13 PM

HVACC / Company The New 24-Hour monitoring center is up and operational.

In the event of a system failure or event, an alarm will be generated to notify operating personnel. The alarm calls in (via dial-up modems or the internet) and reports the alarm condition to the monitoring center. The monitoring center staff then contacts the designated personnel to inform them of the alarm condition.

Features of the New Monitoring Center and Systems
(1) Reduced number of computers - Two redundant stations allow multiple operators to work in the monitoring center at the same time.
(2) Web Integration - Incoming alarms and associated contact attempts are stored in a web-accessible database and all alarm information and service information is accessible to our customers o­nline. Contact Greg Bellamy for access and training.
(3) Demonstration / Training Area - Conference table with large format (plasma) displays for demonstrating our products and services and training.
(4) New High-Tech aesthetics with high end furniture, glass enclosure and sign.

Monitoring Center Video Clip - 12/09/2002

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 HVACC: Cranes, Cranes, Cranes
Thursday, December 19, 2002 - 07:04 PM

HVACC / Company
If the number of cranes are an indicator... the economy in Washington must not be too bad.  There are even more cranes visible outside the frame. Photo Credit - Chris Kaufman, NAC. [Full Size 800k]

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HVAC Concepts, LLC / 5123 Pegasus Court - Suite T / Frederick, MD 21704 / (301) 670-0044
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