(Indianapolis, IN) – Jackson Systems, LLC, an Indiana-based, award-winning HVAC manufacturer and wholesaler, welcomes James Deckard to their custom controls team. As a project manager, James will be overseeing complete temperature control projects including securing and overseeing electrical subcontractors, serving as a direct customer contact on job site issues and trainings, and programming on complex […]
Month: March 2009
Indiana will be receiving over $200M in stimulus funds to help make home and government buildings more energy efficient. Check out what other states have been allocated.
The Indianapolis Colts have launched the “Help a Hoosier…and then some” campaign to help strengthen our community and empower Hoosiers to create change by engaging in random acts of kindness across Indiana. This can be as simple as giving a friend a ride to work or offering support to someone who just lost their job. To […]
Send all your technicians and sales staff to learn about… Smoke, its effects and control within the HVAC environment Where, why and how duct smoke detectors are required and used Proper selection, installation, testing and maintenance Available resources for smoke detectors Training Information Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2009 Place: Jackson Systems 5418 Elmwood Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 Time: 5:00pm to […]
The Comfort System™ Z-600™ is a versatile 6 zone control board for residential and commercial zoning applications. The system can be expanded to as many as 12 zones by adding 3-zone expansion panels. The Z-600™ can be used with single stage, multi-stage or heat pump equipment up to 3 stages of heat and 2 stages […]
Zone One™ is a control damper that is designed to solve over-heating and over-cooling problems. Zone One™ consists of a thermostat and a factory wired damper or diffuser that contains an actuator, control module, and duct sensor. The duct sensor senses whether there is warm air (above 72F) or cool air (below 72F) in the […]
Hear what John Hall says about his new book "Profit Tips 1.1.1." John Hall joined Tom Jackson and Kurt Wessling at the 2009 ACCA National Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
New research suggests that operating buildings in ways designed to save energy may also improve the health of the occupants. Researchers analyzed data from 95 air conditioned office buildings across the United States. The research showed that buildings operating more efficiently could have a positive impact on the comfort and health of the occupants. Click […]
Sometimes it’s the contractor who discovers the innovative product. Driven by frustration with products that are difficult to install or don’t perform as advertised, a diligent contractor often makes it his job to identify the latest product that will make his job easier and his client content. Tony Berlin is with Day Star Services […]
Honeywell has a new piece of literature, their “TrueSteam Humidification Reference guide”. Their form number for this guide is 50-1276. This is one of the best pieces of literature I have seen come out of Honeywell. The booklet is 26 pages long and is broken up into 4 sections. The four sections cover sizing, operating […]
ONLY 50 SPOTS AVAILABLE Training Information Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2009 Place: Jackson Systems 5418 Elmwood Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46203 Time: 5:00pm to 7:00pm Dinner provided RSVP: Please RSVP with Doug Engel and indicate name(s) and email(s) of who will be attending from your company. Phone: 317-788-6800 Toll-free: 888-652-9663 Fax: 317-227-1034 E-mail: […]