New Commercial Heating Products

heating installation in MissouriAmerican Services heating maintenance service near University City knows that keeping up with the latest in heating and cooling news may not be of utmost importance to most commercial building owners, that’s why we stay informed for you!

Each year the HVAC industry releases new information on the latest heating equipment available to the commercial heating industry in hopes that technicians can stay informed and prepared for the upcoming winter season.  HVAC news is released to inform the industry on the latest technology as well as any new heating and cooling brands and just what they have to offer.

In some issues, the new releases are divided into 2 different sections including commercial and residential information, including information about every product submitted by the manufacturers.

Samples of new models available; Model: T/YHC067E3, 4 Precedent 17 Plus packaged unit. Serviceability features: Colored and numbered wiring, easy access low-voltage terminal board (LTB), microprocessor controls, quick access panels, single side service, and standardized components.  Noise-reduction features: Foil-faced and edge captured insulation, and variable-speed, direct-drive motors.

IAQ equipment features enhanced dehumidification function with standard filters on every unit. Other features include; variable-speed, direct-drive motors. Two-inch MERV 7 filters or 2-inch MERV 13 filters available as a factory-installed option.  Thermostat compatibility: Compatible with most thermostats. Enhanced functionality may be obtained using an American Standard zone sensor.  Additional features include; direct-drive electronically commutated motor .  5 year limited warranty on the compressor and 5 year limited heat exchanger warranty comes standard but extended warranties are an option on components and service.

To learn more about new heating products in the HVAC industry, contact us today at American Services heating and cooling services in Missouri when you call us today.