The information included in this post is a summary of our Winter 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 people create the safest, healthiest and most energy-efficient facilities.
Flow Tech, Inc. to be Awarded Best Places to Work Award
Flow Tech Expands Territory and Manufacturer Representation!
With the addition of four manufacturers to our line card, and subsequent territory expansion, 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 develop new relationships with their counterparts throughout New England!
Meet ABB’s NEMA 4x Enclosure!
Earlier this month ABB released a standard NEMA 4x enclosure. This enclosure is available for both HVAC and water/wastewater applications and primarily intended for outdoor use. This NEMA 4x is UV and weather resistant while offering a superior level of protection from corrosion and extreme environments. It eliminates the need for electrical rooms because it can be installed near the application.
Stay tuned to our website for more information. In the meantime watch the teaser video for water/wastewater applications.
Pick of the Quarter – Cooney Freeze BlockTM Coils Prevent Freeze Damage
Inside the Flow Tech Demo Lab we have a demo of Cooney Freeze BlockTM technology. For those not familiar with Cooney Coil, they make specialized air-to-water coils that won’t damage from freezing. That’s not to say they can’t freeze – important distinction – but more on that later.
Project Feature: Quinnipiac University Business School & Academic Building
Learn how value engineering, competitive pricing, quality equipment and trust won Flow Tech work for Quinnipiac University’s Business School and Academic building!
ABB ACH850 Video Series: Motor Disconnect Detection
In this video the motor disconnect detection feature will be discussed. Motor disconnect detection eliminates the need for an auxiliary contact and associated wiring for every remote mounted disconnect on motors driven by VFD’s. This could potentially save thousands of dollars in installation costs on a project.
Viewers are shown a fault when the motor is disconnected without the detection feature enabled. Steps on how to reset the drive and enable the disconnect detection feature will be reviewed. Check it out!
We hope you found value by reading our winter 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: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.
Nichole joined Flow Tech in 2013 as Director of Marketing. She leads our marketing communication initiatives including content marketing development, coordinating events and training, maintaining our digital presence and recruiting, as well as, some business development and office support. Nichole resides in Vernon with her husband Brian and two sons. She enjoys hosting parties, cooking and lounging on the beach.