American Services commercial HVAC installation in Illinois knows that we’re coming to the end of another year for HVAC design and development, now is a good time to see what’s in store for 2013 and beyond.
HVAC high tech instruments-Facilities management staff can detect HVAC equipment problems sooner using automated tools. According to a recent article in the magazine titled “Today’s Facility Manager”, more and more facilities are using high- tech instruments such as laser alignment systems, automatic lubricators, ultrasonic leak detectors, thermal cameras, and video scopes. These high-tech devices all help the HVAC preventative maintenance procedures easier.
2) High technology heat pumps-
Another high-tech solution that has the HVAC community buzzing is the new incredibly high efficient heat pumps that are taking the residential market by storm. Originally designed for application in building installations, many home owners are now finding the benefits of high tech heat pumps and the ecofriendly benefits as well. There are several new important trends and technology in heat pump design that are affecting performance and efficiency.
3) Geo-thermal technology-A related technology to heat pumps is going to be the topic of conversation in 2013. It appears that the development of geo-thermal technology may become part of a sound investment strategy. Prospects for the future growth of geo-thermal energy in the US is strengthened by the increasing number of companies engaged in geo-thermal resource development. In 2005 there were roughly half a dozen firms actively involved in geo-thermal technology research, Today in 2012 there are almost 20 companies developing and operating geothermal power projects in the US. In addition, at least 24 countries currently produce geo-thermal power, and with new projects under development on nearly every major continent, the geo-thermal industry is poised for increased global growth.