Month: April 2010

Smoke Detectors

Smoke Detectors are a crucial control in any commercial building for early detection of smoke and products of combustion present in air moving through HVAC ducts.  They are designed to prevent the recirculation or spread of smoke by air handling equipment, fans, or blowers.  These systems can be shut down in the event of smoke […]

Jackson Systems’ is an approved NATE Testing and Training Site

Jackson Systems is excited to announce their approval to be a NATE Testing and Training Site. Jackson Systems is now able to administer the NATE Core and Specialty Exams to contractors who are interested in becoming NATE Certified. Jackson Systems' first testing session was held on April 6, 2010. In addition to becoming a NATE Testing site, Jackson […]

Hometoys Interview with Tom Jackson: Controlling HVAC Systems with Home Automation

Hometoys, a news and information resource for Home Technology, recently had the chance to speak with Tom Jackson about the connection between HVAC and Home Automation. Read what Tom Jackson has to say about the role HVAC plays in the home automation market, the importance of energy savings and what types of equipment are available for home automation. Click […]