Pumps, Motors & Fans
Learn how to identify, improve and measure the efficiency of motor driven products, such as pumps, fans, and compressors, to achieve significant savings potential.
Fan Efficiencies and Energy Regulations 101
In the past five years, manufacturers and regulators have adopted the new FEI metric to characterize fan efficiency, which offers a simpler and more versatile approach to fan selection and compliance verification. Learn how energy codes and regulations have recently shifted and what to know and expect from the roll-out of ASHRAE 90.1-2022 and the new FEI metric.learn more
Smart Pumps: The Future of Efficient and Reliable Pump Control
Did you know smart pump offer advantages over other pumps with traditional controls and can eliminate potential sources of error such as sensor failures, poorly tuned control logic, and commissioning errors? Read this quick one-pager to learn more about when you should consider a smart pump, how much these products can help you save on constant and variable loads, and product availability.learn more
Smart Pumps Help Keep Costs Down at Providence Down Manor
Providence Down Manor is an independent retirement community in Hood River, OR. To increase efficiency while maintaining high comfort standards for its residents, the facility installed hot water pumps with smart circulators, which have integral controls that self-regulate the speed of the pump to match the needs of the system, adapting to pressure or flow requirements and reducing power when demand is lower.
Smart Pumps Lead the Way to Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Goals
Although the full impact of pumps in our society sometimes falls under the radar, what hasn’t gone unnoticed is energy efficiency and sustainability. When it comes to whole-building energy efficiency and sustainability, pumps are front and center and play a critical role in helping facilities reach these goals.
Smart Pumps: Go With The Flow
What lies beneath the brick, concrete, and glass of a commercial building is an intricate network of technology that works together to keep a building operating at all times. We talk about the big things, such as HVAC and lighting, but we rarely discuss the technology behind how water in buildings is used and how it gets to its final destinations. So let's talk about pumps.
Advanced lighting starts with control. Discover how commercial building lighting design and modern technologies can combine to affect your budget, market differentiation, aesthetics, and tenant comfort.
Better comfort and energy costs start with the right HVAC. Understand how heating, cooling and airflow all directly contribute to the energy efficiency and tenant comfort of your commercial building.
By moving heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly, gas or electric heat pump water heaters are up to three times more energy efficient than conventional water heaters. Explore a variety of commercial products and applications for this efficient water heating solution.