Flowtoberfest Lederhosen

My Lederhosen are in the Wash – Flowtoberfest 2017 Recap

When you think of Oktoberfest you typically picture steins overflowing with beer, wursts, and pretzels, music, contests, and let us not forget men celebrating in lederhosen and women in traditional Bavarian garb. We’re happy to report that the 4th Annual Flowtoberfest pretty much nailed the typical Oktoberfest image right down to the lederhosen! Keep reading to get a recap of Flow Tech’s annual customer appreciation event – Flowtoberfest 2017…

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HPT Heat Pipe Technology

The Best Utilization of Heat Pipes

This past June we posted a blog promoting a webinar, The Wonderful World of Heat Pipes – an Exploration of They Are Best Utilized,  hosted by our heat pipe manufacturer, Heat Pipe Technology. We’re happy to report the recorded version of that webinar is now available for viewing. For those that were not able to attend the live event here’s your chance to educate yourself on the topic…

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Heat Pipe Technology logo

Heat Pipe Technology Announces a New Product – HRM-O!

Heat Pipe Technology (HPT) announces the addition of HRM-O with over / under airflow to their energy recovery product line-up, which includes HRM-H and HRM-Z. This is the ultimate energy recovery optimization as it performs very well in one season and will have no performance in the other – a single season recovery system…

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Heat Pipe Technology Opens New On-Premises Laboratory for Development & Testing

HPT’s Product Innovation and Develop Cycle-Time Will be Dramatically Shortened Heat Pipe Technology (HPT), a division of MiTek® Industries, announced that it has opened a new laboratory at its Tampa location, dramatically expanding its ability to research, develop, and test new products, while expediting the time-to-market for such products. With 3,800 square feet of new testing…

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Wrap-around Heat Pipes

ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Energy Requirements: Wrap-Around Heat Pipes In Humid Climates

Designing a building’s HVAC system requires designers to meet or exceed minimum outdoor air requirements, maximize energy savings, and meet all state and local codes. Most states and local codes have adopted ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings. This post reviews the ASHRAE Standard 90.1 requirements for air energy recovery for ventilation systems and reviews one product that is listed in Section 6.5.6 as an exception to the required energy recovery system—the wrap-around heat pipe.

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