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2019 AHR Expo to showcase latest in HVACR innovation, products and technologies

Show offers first look at new developments in the HVACR industry for HVACR professionals, organising body says

| | Dec 5, 2018 | 10:05 am
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Westport, Connecticut, USA, 5 December 2018: The 2019 AHR Expo will preview the future of the HVACR industry, with exhibitors, from around the globe, coming together to showcase new and upgraded products, technologies and innovations, the organising body said in a Press communiqué. The show, to be held from January 14 to 16, 2019, at The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, is the best place to gain insight into what’s coming in the year ahead in the HVACR industry, the communiqué said.

Clay Stevens, Manager, AHR Expo, said, “Each year the industry comes together under one roof to display the latest tools and technologies that enable HVACR professionals to keep up with the rapid pace of change in the industry. With thousands of attendees joining from all over the world, the show provides a unique forum for the whole industry to share ideas, cultivate relationships and experience first-hand all of the exciting advances being made in HVACR.”

Exhibitors will be displaying new solutions that serve every kind of HVACR function ranging from highly efficient equipment and components to whole building management systems, including building automation and control technologies that connect and communicate via the Internet of Things (IoT), time-saving tools and instruments that require less time at the job site and a myriad of products and solutions that promote energy efficiency, the communiqué said.

The communiqué said that show visitors can look forward to seeing the very latest HVACR products available on the market, including:

  • IAQ (indoor air quality) diagnostic instruments that guide HVAC professionals through the entire measurement process for more accurate true reads and more timely detection of air quality issues – designed to eliminate guesswork, improve sales and enhance IAQ expertise across the industry.
  • An evacuation hose delivering a conductance speed of 16 CFM at 1,000 microns, resulting in vacuum speeds up to 80x faster than standard ¼” I.D. hoses and up to 6x faster than other vacuum-rated hoses.
  • A software application that supports HVAC professionals, via a downloadable iOS and Android mobile app that can be used to create on-site customer reports and is inclusive of graphical data and airflow ‘grades’, based on the simple input of nameplate information and two static pressure values.
  • A water-cooled centrifugal chiller that supports low Global Warming Potential (GWP) – via improvements in compression and integration of variable speed technologies – specifically designed to meet customer demand, lower energy costs and reduce environmental impact.
  • A fabric air duct system that improves end air dispersion, designed to replace traditional ductwork, insulation, diffusers and air valves with more even airflow that results in better energy efficiency, lowered operation costs, as well as easy installation and product maintenance.
  • An industry-first press tool – designed specifically for residential installations – that improves press speeds up to 40% and delivers force-optimised PEX installations for less job site downtime caused by calibration intervals.
  • A water security system designed for leak monitoring and detection that can be configured to manage whole-house protection, or installed to monitor specific appliances, where alerts are managed via SMS texts based on sensitive sensor detection capabilities.
  • An internet-enabled wireless thermometer that uploads and stores temperature readings on the cloud and has the ability to send automatic alerts for extreme low or high readings directly to the user’s phone or tablet, and can store up to 12 months of data for efficiency evaluations throughout the year.

The communiqué said for more information, visit: ahrexpo.com.


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