Flow In The Know Spring 2024 Newsletter – Partnering with TrueFit AFMS | Service | Flowtoberfest

The information included in this post is a summary of our Spring 2024 ‘FLOW in the KNOW‘ (FITK) newsletter. The purpose of FITK is to provide our customers and industry friends with valuable content as an extension of helping create the safest, healthiest and most energy-efficient facilities.

Flow Tech, Inc. Partners with TrueFit AFMS

With the addition of TrueFit Airflow Measurement System (AFMS) to our line card, we are proud to further our purpose of helping create the safest, healthiest and most efficient building environments! We look forward to our continued partnership with MEP design professionals, mechanical and controls contractors, and building end users in Connecticut and Western MA, and we’re excited to provide education on this revolution in airflow measurement technology.

Flow Tech Ranked 8th Best Place to Work in Connecticut

“Some companies just get it right!” The Best Places to Work Awards honor companies who rank highest in employee satisfaction as determined by a survey administered nationally. We’re proud to be recognized by Hartford Business Journal as the 8th best place in the “2024 Best Places to Work in Connecticut!”

10th Annual Flowtoberfest Save the Date

Flow Tech releases new event logo, and announces the date and location of our 10th annual customer appreciation event, Flowtoberfest.

Pick of the Quarter – Flow Tech Provides Service With a Smile

VELTRON III Pressure & Airflow Transmitter

Learn how Flow Tech’s service department makes the lives of our customers easy by providing value and supporting what we sell.

Project Feature: 101 College Street – M.K. Plastics Lab Exhaust Fans

M.K. Plastics Lab Exhaust fans on the roof of 101 College Street.

Laboratory and research facilities could be a dangerous place if not for specialty exhaust systems. Learn how being basis of design and offering fans suited for lab exhaust applications led Flow Tech to a successful project and safe building.

ABB ACH850 Video Series: Motor Disconnect Detection

BACnet is “a data communication protocol for building automation and control networks.” What makes BACnet special is that the rules relate specifically to the needs of building automation and control (BAC) equipment, i.e., they cover things like how to ask for the value of a temperature, define a fan operating schedule, or send a pump status alarm.

In this video the viewer will learn how to connect the ABB ACH580 VFD to BACnet and enable its parameters. Check it out!

We hope you found value by reading our spring newsletter. Feel free to offer feedback or let us know what you’d like to see in future issues by contacting Nichole Petersen. To request additional information about one of our products or services, or to sign up to receive future newsletters, fill out our contact form. You can always stay up-to-date in between newsletters by visiting our website and by following us on social media: FacebookLinkedInTwitter and YouTube.

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