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Johnson Controls’ Rooftop Center Of Excellence Banks On RTU Growth
Johnson Controls’ Rooftop Center Of Excellence Banks On RTU Growth

Johnson Controls’ recently expanded Rooftop Center of Excellence in Norman, Okla., reflects the company’s optimism about the future and growing prominence of RTUs. “Investing in the future of rooftop unit innovation in design and manufacturing is an investment in our customers,” said Steve Maddox, Vice President of Engineering, Commercial Ducted Systems, Johnson Controls.  Includes two-story testing lab The Rooftop Center of Excellence includes a two-story, 52-foo...

Ventilation Concerns Plague California Schools, Study Shows
Ventilation Concerns Plague California Schools, Study Shows

Could lack of ventilation impact the performance of students in the classroom? A study of ventilation and other HVAC issues in California classrooms raises the issue. According to the study by the University of California-Davis and the Berkeley National Laboratory, nearly 85 percent of HVAC systems recently installed in California K-12 schools do not provide adequate ventilation. Nearly 85 percent of HVAC systems recently installed in California K-12 schools do not provide adequate ventilation...

Eurovent Offers Upbeat Outlook For HVAC Market In Europe
Eurovent Offers Upbeat Outlook For HVAC Market In Europe

The HVAC market in Europe is expected to show sustained growth in the upcoming years, but with variation among product segments. The decarbonisation strategies in Europe stimulate a strong demand for energy-efficient heating and cooling solutions. The heat pump market in particular has done exceptionally well, with double-digit growth for several years in a row. That’s the outlook from Eurovent, Europe’s Industry Association for Indoor Climate (HVAC), Process Cooling, and Food Cold...

Starting Young: High School Students Can Begin Early On An HVAC Career
Starting Young: High School Students Can Begin Early On An HVAC Career

Teenage students at Greenfield-Central High School in Indiana are learning about the installation, operation and maintenance of air-handling systems. The career and technical education class is giving them a head start toward a decent-paying career in HVAC, including the opportunity to earn multiple certifications. “You’ll get a job if someone else doesn’t have the certifications you do, so [there are] more job opportunities,” one student told the Greenfield Daily Report...

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