- Hydronika announces - stainless steel enclosures as standard
- Hydronika - R410A zero ozone depleting refrigerant - standard
Hydronika Standardizes on R410A for Green HVAC Hydronic Chiller/Boiler Systems with Zero Ozone Depletion Refrigerant
Hydronika combination chiller-boiler products - a complete hydronic HVAC packaged system. Hydronika products exceed green building standards for heating and cooling systems - R410A refrigerant standard.
Shelbyville, KY (PRWEB) June 20, 2008 -- Hydronika Standardizes on R410A for Green HVAC Hydronic chiller/boiler systems with zero ozone depletion refrigerant. Hydronika chiller boilers are designed around HVAC green building standards. The decision to offer R410A refrigerant as a "standard" refrigerant reflects Hydronika's continuing commitment to delivering "no-compromise" hydronic chiller boiler systems.
"Our customers are very aware of which manufacturers are delivering sustainable design and green building products by using practical and proven components. We want to remain their choice as we build for the future together," said Courtney Millburn, VP of Engineering.
Hydronika chiller boiler systems are the heart of a hydronic heating and cooling system delivering chillers, boilers, pumps and controls in a single package. Hydronic systems are inherently more efficient than tradition forced-air systems and the basis of design for green building systems. The company simplifies installation by delivering a factory assembled and pre-tested system using a rugged design that delivers more than it promises.
"The use of R410A as our standard refrigerant reflects the continuing improvement of Hydronika products. R410A is a documented zero-ozone depleting refrigerant that works well with our designs. Hydronika chiller boilers are strong, proven systems designed from the ground up to impress installers, contractors and owners with their intelligent design and high-quality components like R410A. We are driven to remain at the forefront of hydronic chiller and boiler research and development for years to come," said Michael Scharing, CEO of Hydronika.
Hydronika Standardizes on Stainless Steel for All Chiller Boiler CBM Enclosures
Hydronika announced today that it has converted all chiller boiler enclosure production to stainless steel. The overall life of the unit will be extended significantly with this upgrade from powder-coated carbon steel to stainless steel. Stainless steel was previously an upgrade for marine and corrosive air environments.
Shelbyville, KY (PRWEB) October 2, 2007 -- Hydronika announced today that it has converted all chiller boiler enclosure production to stainless steel. The overall life of the unit will be extended significantly with this upgrade from powder-coated carbon steel to stainless steel. Stainless steel was previously an upgrade for marine and corrosive air environments.
"The change to all stainless enclosure represents part of our continuous evolution in product component decisions aimed at providing the best in class chiller boiler systems for our HVAC customers. Our customers demand the very best in heating and cooling units as well as great value for their investment in comfort systems. This change compliments previous component decisions aimed at providing the best in class," said Michael Scharing, CEO of Hydronika. "Stainless steel is certainly a more costly material than carbon steel but its durability and visual impression more closely represent the quality of the components within the enclosure." said Courtney Millburn, VP of Engineering.
Hydronika chiller boiler units represent state-of-the-art solutions for the application of chillers and boilers in HVAC systems where comfort and efficiency are demanded in residential and commercial hydronic heating and cooling applications. Hydronika, Inc. systems are designed to meet LEEDS and Green Building Standards.