SPR 2017

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/ e t c . Residential Best-Seller APCO® combines UV-C light and a lifetime activated carbon / titanium infused matrix to purify the air in the home and sterilize the coil and air handler without producing harmful ozone. APCO's revolutionary design is proven effective against biological contaminants (bacteria, viruses, mold) and odors (VOCs). DETOX the AIR! The Tubular Rack System (TRS) easily installs inside any air handler. It is designed to improve HVAC efficiency and reduce maintenance and cleaning costs by disinfecting the coil, drain pan and AHU interior surfaces. TRS mounts to standard 1/2" EMT tubing. Optional magnet brackets make Installation even quicker. Now ice machine maintenance is easier, safer, and more cost-effective thanks to the award winning ICE UV germicidal UV light. ICE UV works continuously to kill germs before they become established, reducing the need for frequent cleanings. Engineered Solutions COMMERCIAL Made in USA W W W. F R E S H A I R E U V. CO M LIFETIME WARRANTY /etc. Airxchange Expands ERV Wheel Product Line In response to increased customer demand for reliable energy recovery solutions, Airxchange has expanded its robust energy recovery wheel product line to include a 118-inch diameter wheel for outdoor airflow ranges up to 45,000 cfm. The expanded prod- uct line maintains Airxchange's unique, reliable and serviceable design that includes structural stainless steel wheels, removable en- ergy transfer segments and permanently bonded desiccants that can be effectively cleaned without compromising performance. CHECK OR CIRCLE #165 Direct Drive Blower Coil Series Offered As Efficient Alternative to Belt-Drive Products The HDY/VDY Blower Coil Series from International Environmental Corporation, which ranges from 600 to 3,000 cfm, features larger blower wheels and a broader range of performance than conven- tional ceiling fan coil units. Utilized most often in healthcare, hospitality, educa- tion, retail and other commercial mixed-use facilities, the HDY/VDY has significant acoustical benefits, eliminating the mechanical drive noises prevalent in typical belt-drive products. It features a wide range of vertical and horizontal model sizes, chilled and hot water coils and electric heaters, and is designed to work with varying space requirements. CHECK OR CIRCLE #166 RECTORSEAL INTRODUCES SAFE, QUICK AND EASY LEAK SEALANT INJECTION METHOD AC Leak Freeze Pro by RectorSeal LLC is an 11.5-inch- long applicator that consists of a flexible, easy-to- handle, transparent refrigeration hose and an attached copper reservoir, which contain a total of 1.46 ounces of the same non-polymer AC leak sealant formula as the syringe-based AC Leak Freeze injector. The sealant doesn't require a system pump down with R-410A systems and safely withstands all typical refrigerant pressures. The Pro applicator is designed for use with 1.5-6 ton systems and is available with both the blue AC Leak Freeze and green AC Leak Freeze with Magic Frost formulas, the latter which contains a compressor life-extending lubricant additive. CHECK OR CIRCLE #164 RIGOROUSLY TESTED AC/R LEAK SEALANT SAVES TIME, MONEY DiversiTech Corp. has introduced the Super Seal Flex Inject, a new air conditioning and refrigerant leak sealant that saves time and money. The triple-power sealant installs in just seconds. It features a push-button product flow valve that does not require a propellant or other tools, eliminating the need to carry multiple items, such as manifold gauges, caulking guns, screwdrivers and refrigerant hoses. It can be used without having to pump down or recover any existing unit refrigerant, including R-410A. The sealant works with all compressors, heat pumps, condensers, recovery units and other system components. CHECK OR CIRCLE #167 CIRCLE ID# 23 ON READER SERVICE CARD OR GO TO HVACPPRODUCTS.COM/MARKET

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