Category: Gas Detection

Belimo Takes the Guesswork Out of Economizers

There is a great new product on the market from Belimo. The ZIP Economizer makes installing an economizer in a new or retrofit application very simple. “ZIP” stands for “ZIP code” – 5 little numbers that the installer keys in to automatically set up the ZIP Economizer for maximum energy savings in a given climate […]

Performance Contracting

Energy savings is top-of-mind as we move into what could be a very harsh winter in some parts of the United States. This paired with the growing consumer demand for “green” products is driving many HVAC contractors to performance-based contracting. By viewing the house as a system, these contractors open up a new revenue stream […]

A Long Cold Winter Predicted

This blog post is courtesy of Jaymie Hunckler, Account Manager at Jackson Systems. Stock up on your hats and gloves now (or rather your hot surface igniters and thermocouples); winter is just around the corner! If you’re an advocate of the Farmer’s Almanac, prepare now – this winter is going to be a doozy! Calling […]

Gas Detection

A wireless gas detection system is an industry that should see substantial growth in the next several years.  A wireless gas detection system can provide fast reliable protection from harmful gases such as CO and NO2. Complying with building codes, saving energy and protecting occupants are 3 benefits of a gas detection system.  A wireless […]

Zoning a wireless gas detection system

Zoning a wireless gas diction system has many advantages. Some controllers can handle up to 126 zones.  Individual transmitters can belong to an unlimited number of zones.  Zoning provides maximum flexibility and reliability.  Zoning can reduce operation costs, energy consumption, and wear and tear by operating exhaust fans only in the zone that have a […]

Wireless Gas detection meshed network

A wireless meshed network is a great feature for gas detection.   In its normally working mode wireless meshed gas detection network monitors ambient gas concentration.  A meshed network will not only send information from the transmitters to the controller but it will also send information between transmitters.  The benefits of a meshed network is that […]

Wireless Gas Detectors

Many gas detectors can monitor Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), or Oxygen (O) in parking garages or other applications.  Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) are the harmful gases produced by cars and trucks.  Oxygen deficiency ensures that occupants have enough breathable oxygen.  Different transmitters might be needed for each gas as the […]

Gas Detection

A wireless gas detection system is an industry that should see substantial growth in the next several years.  A wireless gas detection system can provide fast reliable protection from harmful gases such as CO and NO2. Complying with building codes, saving energy and protecting occupants are 3 benefits of a gas detection system.  A wireless […]