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Last Chance for Virtual Focus
On Green Schools
If you missed any or all of the Virtual Green Schools Expo earlier this month, for a limited time you've got a second chance to see, hear and download many of the informative presentations and valuable resources from Taco and other show exhibitors.
Go to the Virtual Green Expo site, and enter your email address to gain access to all available show content, even if you did not register to attend the live event.
Latest posting on Taco Advanced Hydronics Blog
Our latest posting at the Taco Advanced Hydronics blog offers a brief explanation of the key differences between passive and active chilled beams from Gregg Cuniff, Taco Applications Engineering Manager.It's the latest addition to a growing thread of lively discussion on chilled beam technology that includes:
Get in on the conversation! Read the chilled beam thread. Tell us what you think. Post your comments and engage other HVAC professionals on the Taco Advanced Hydronics blog.
You'll also find Advanced Hydronics blog entries, plus videos, podcasts and a range of views from guest contributors, in the Taco HVAC Commercial Design Pro community. Green schools, sustainable design, chilled beams, LoadMatch® energy-efficiency and a whole lot more are being talked about right now. Take a look now.Revit Files Now Available for LOFlo® Mixing Block
Full RFA files for Taco's LOFlo® Mixing Block are now available on the Taco website as well as at Autodesk Seek.
The LoFlo Mixing Block is the heart of Taco's award-winning LOFlo system, which sets a new standard in comfort, ease of design, chilled beams, radiant cooling/heating and Green Building energy performance for small to large buildings.
The LOFlo Mixing Block provides a complete injection mixing station in a simple factory assembled package that controls each individual zone at the lowest possible flow rate and highest possible supply temperatures in the primary heating/cooling primary loop.
As always you'll find a complete menu of Taco and industry resources at the taco website, www.taco-hvac.com, including Taco's exclusive professional HVAC design software, the complete Taco Document Library and comprehensive technical and application support.
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