Category: Manufacturing

Jackson Systems’ 4 Channel Wireless Relay is Second to None!

Our contractor-friendly #WirelessRelayKit is a strong “finisher” for those HVAC projects where you need to wirelessly control hundreds of applications. The WR-400 Wireless Relay Kit can control or monitor heating and/or cooling equipment, condensing units, fan and pumps, lighting or other industrial equipment. The WR-400 Wireless Relay Kit can energize a relay up to 100′ […]

Jackson Systems Celebrates 20 Years of Quality People, Products & Performance

At Jackson Systems, our people are our greatest asset – we say this with good reason. The passion of our people to serve you is what has generated our long-term contractor relationships, some for over 20 years. At every step, our employees dedicate themselves to giving you the best buying experience and most support possible. […]

Indiana Soup- Story Courtesy of IE3 Business Intelligence for Professional Contractors

Posted by Dan Welklin Date: July 20, 2015 in: Building Performance, Residential Buildings I thought I knew all about this topic, but I did not really get a grip on this until a few years ago while preparing to teach the subject. If you’re looking for the ultimate motivator for learning, I highly recommend getting […]

AHRI Releases September 2014 US Heating and Cooling Shipment Data

AHRI recently released the September 2014 data on U.S. shipments of heating and cooling equipment. For September 2014, gas warm air furnaces increased 16.6% over September 2013. Oil furnace shipments increased 3.3% for this time period. Y-T-D gas warm air furnaces are up 4.9%. Y-T-D shipments of oil warm air furnaces are up 5.9%. Air […]

Universal Communications Protocols Urged by ACCA

ACCA, the nation’s largest association of indoor environmental systems professionals, recently published a great article urging manufacturers of heating and cooling equipment and controls to adopt universal communication protocols for “equipment commissioning and on-going diagnosis for the purposes of ensuring that HVAC equipment is properly installed and maintained.” Many manufacturers maintain proprietary protocols for communications, […]

FBI Issues Warning on Illegal Use of Flammable Refrigerants – Story courtesy of ICOR International

Article courtesy of Gordon McKinney, ICOR International, Inc. From the onset, the federally mandated phase out of R-22 has been rife with controversy, and the confusion created by fluctuating prices as well as the never-ending supply and demand uncertainty has left refrigerant distributors, users, and equipment owners, extremely vulnerable. A number of obscure companies have […]

AHRI Releases May 2014 US Heating and Cooling Equipment Shipment Data

AHRI recently released the May 2014 data on U.S. shipments of heating and cooling equipment. For May 2014, gas warm air furnaces are up 8.7%. Oil furnace shipments are down 1.1% for this time period. Y-T-D gas warm air furnaces are up 7.4%. Y-T-D shipments of oil warm air furnaces are up 9.2%. Air conditioning […]

Women in HVACR Host Live Podcast with Steve Coscia

Steve Coscia, founder of Coscia Communication, has generously donated his time and expertise for a live online event hosted by the Women in HVACR organization. This live podcast will take place on Thursday, July 17 at 2pm ET. Steve will share “Extreme Customer Service Values and How-To’s”. No matter our position in this great industry, […]

Honeywell® Lyric™ Is Here!

The Lyric thermostat from Honeywell is ideal for customers who are on the go and want optimal comfort and savings they don’t have to think about. The Lyric uses “geofencing” to determine occupancy. This technology uses the homeowner’s smartphone location to automatically adjust temperature as they come and go. The Fine Tune feature considers both […]

AHRI Releases April 2014 U.S. Heating and Cooling Equipment Shipment Data

AHRI recently released the April 2014 data on U.S. shipments of heating and cooling equipment. For April 2014, gas warm air furnaces decreased by 3.7%. Oil warm air furnace shipments increased 36.1% for this time period. YTD gas warm air furnaces are up 7.1% with oil warm air furnaces increasing 10.9%. Air conditioning and heat […]

Jackson Systems Offers Solution for “Zoning the Impossible”

Zoning is becoming more and more popular in the residential and commercial markets. In residential applications, accessing duct work can present a challenge in existing construction. When bonus rooms and room additions are considered, there may not be duct work running to these areas. The Motorized Zone Register (MZR™) from Jackson Systems is a low-cost, […]

Selling Comfort Through Controls

Selling zoning systems and smart thermostats is easier than you might think. Homeowners want to be comfortable and save energy. Zoning systems and smart thermostats provide both of these benefits. And just by observing and asking a few simple questions, you can easily sell comfort through controls. When speaking with homeowners, analogies to other familiar […]

New E-Commerce Site Makes Ordering Easier

We recently updated the look and navigation of our Web site to make it easier to find the great products you are searching for. A large part of this upgrade was improvements to our online ordering system. The new E-commerce tool is easier to use and contains more information about your account. With the new […]

Settlement Agreement Reached in Regional Standards Lawsuit

The HVAC industry has been dealing with regional standards legislation for the efficiency of heating and cooling equipment. This battle has been waged for over 5 years now with some hope of resolution with this new settlement agreement. Awaiting court approval, this settlement agreement would vacate the regional furnace efficiency standards and restart the rulemaking […]

AHRI Releases December 2013 Shipment Data

AHRI recently released the December 2013 data on U.S. shipments of heating and cooling equipment. For December 2013, warm air furnaces are up 17.4%, driven by gas furnaces. Oil furnace shipments are down for this time period. YTD warm air furnaces are up 16.0%. Air conditioning and heat pump shipments were also up for December […]

AHRI Releases September 2013 US Shipment Data

AHRI recently released the September 2013 data on U.S. shipments of heating and cooling equipment. For September 2013, warm air furnaces are up 6.8%, driven by gas furnaces. Oil furnace shipments are down for this time period. YTD warm air furnaces are up 17.4%. Air conditioning and heat pump shipments were also up for September […]