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2012-12-04 05:00:46

EIC Solutions, Inc., now offers a heating option for EIC thermoelectric air conditioners used in their electronic/electrical enclosures. For applications in deserts and other environments with wide variations in temperature, the addition of the EIC heater assures protection of devices and electronics that are sensitive not only to heat and cold, but also to condensation and the resulting danger of corrosion. The heater is fully integrated into the air conditioning unit and control system --...

2012-11-29 13:12:41

Actuator saturation is ubiquitous in engineering systems. Anti-windup approach to dealing with actuator saturation has been receiving considerable attention from both the industry and the academic community during the past decades. Professor Zongli Lin and his student Xiongjun Wu developed a new anti-windup design paradigm that is capable of achieving significantly improved performances of the resulting closed-loop system. Their work, entitled "Design of multiple anti-windup loops for...

2012-09-08 23:00:22

Air Conditioning experts, Air Depot of Houston, Texas estimate that the second most expensive repairs made to a home is the heating and cooling system. There are 10 steps that families can perform to prolong the life of an air conditioning system and make sure that it is ready for next year. (PRWEB) September 07, 2012 With the nearing end of the summer season and coming winter how do families protect their cooling system and make sure it is ready for next year? With the rising costs of...

2012-09-07 23:02:43

Kenmark Air Cooling & Heating will celebrate their one-year anniversary as the certified SWFL Aeroseal exclusive patented technology service provider. Fort Myers, FL (PRWEB) September 07, 2012 Since October of 2011, HVAC contractor Kenmark Air Cooling & Heating has helped dozens of homeowners in southwest Florida increase indoor air quality and reduce their utility bills. Owner Ken McDaniel believes that a key to Kenmark Air's success with Aeroseal lies, in large part, with his...

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