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These motors have a high efficiency rating and works great in applications where a VFD would have been used.
Other popular features of the EC fans are the use of Modbus and BACnet controls, ease of plug and play installation and the low noise levels makes this fan/motor selection a wise choice.
Installing EC Fans into our equipment allows us to reach a higher Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) on our custom CAPS units.
Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. — Booth #6860 at ARA “The Rental Show”
The 40 ton compact unit incorporates a rugged design that makes this unit ideal for the rigors of the portable rental industry. Standard design features that build on this design include heavy-duty galvanized skids, lifting/stacking cage, forklift slots, and tie-downs as well as easy access panels for efficient serviceability. Equipment features include dual independent refrigeration circuits and dual circuit hot gas bypass, 117kw electric heat, 14,000 CFM blower, low ambient fan control, and more. In addition to these standard features, a number of optional features are available on the 40 ton units such as custom coatings and colors, a variable frequency drive package, and stainless-steel construction. Also available in a 65 ton capacity with different features and options.
About Custom Air Products & Services
Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. is a full-service HVAC company that specializes in the design, construction, installation, modification, and servicing of industrial and commercial air conditioning equipment. CAPS employees are committed to providing exceptional custom design and quality workmanship at competitive prices.
Custom Air Products & Services currently occupies six modern facilities, totaling 300,000 square feet in size. These buildings include service shops for fabrication, manufacturing, electrical modifications, a parts and shipping and receiving warehouse, administrative and engineering offices, and a training facility. CAPS services are provided to customers throughout the United States and abroad while their manufactured products have been delivered to sites around the world. Currently, CAPS has equipment operating on six continents and in 52 countries.
Weekly training classes are conducted by two leaders in the HVAC Service Training Industry, Kirk Mosier, and Morris Williams. Classes range from lessons learned, newly marketed tools and controls, equipment inspections, voltage issues, refrigerant circuits and Q&A. According to Williams, “One of the most important aspect of training is the Q&A sessions. The benefits that these sessions bring to our technicians are priceless.”
About Kirk Mosier and Morris Williams:
Kirk Mosier and Morris Williams, CAPS HVAC Service Trainers, located in Houston Texas. To contact Kirk Mosier or Morris Williams call 713-460-9009.
Testing and certifying CAPS manufactured HVAC equipment is business as usual for Allan Taylor and his Testing Team at CAPS. CAPS equipment built to operate according to design in many different environments.
Project Scope: This 7.5Ton Rooftop Package Unit was designed and manufactured by CAPS in conjunction with specifications from National Oilwell Varco (NOV). This unit is also designed for Ambient Operating Range -40 to + 20 Celsius, is Hazardous Duty Class 1 Division 2, with Pressurizer, and a 10ft stack.
Environment:North Alaskan Drilling Oil Rig
About Neal Robichau:
A CAPS Senior Sales Specialist with over 30 years in the HVAC Industry. Neal specializes in the commercial and industrial sectors of the HVAC industry with a goal to always be a solution to CAPS customers. Neal can be reached at 713-460-9009.
ASHRAE 2018, an experience worth attending!
“My role in my organization is that of Systems Analyst. I deal in numbers, databases, graphs, and charts, on a daily basis. So, in spite of the fact that I really like looking at nuts, bolts, and cool tools on occasion, my decision to attend the AHR Expo in Chicago was a bit of a “risk” in the area of providing value to the company. But I am so glad I did.
I stumbled across one of our project managers on day one and followed him around, randomly exploring, checking out anything that caught our eye, and talking specifics (him talking, me listening!) with a few choice vendors. Fun and educational, it was a really good day. For day two I followed my normal strategy and chose sessions to attend all day long. Some sessions were directly in line with what we do, and some were more random selections. As our PMs, managers, and engineers are busy out on the floor chasing down leads, I spent my time listening to business strategies, reviewing available software, and hearing industry stories about managing all kinds of business risks.
So, did I find value in the visit? Absolutely! I am still referring to my notes and chasing down observations. Would I choose to go again? Again, absolutely! But I might also encourage someone else in our organization who is, like me, out of the manufacturing and service mainstream to take a chance and attend and learn in my place. And finally, is the AHR show really that impressive? If you have never attended, then you really have no idea. Short answer? Absolutely!”
About Dr. Bea Amaya:
Currently a Systems Analyst for Custom Air Products & Services, Inc. (CAPS) and a teacher of Technical Communications at the University of Houston in the College of Technology. Recent work history includes 1 year in Doha, Qatar working for Texas A&M University, and 3 years in Papua New Guinea with a transport company.
Education: A PhD in Technical Communications and Rhetoric from Texas Tech University.
To get to know more about Dr. Bea Amaya visit her at https://www.linkedin.com/in/beaamaya/