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EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO—Property owners who want to upgrade their outdoor lighting now have an inside track to more energy-efficient lighting technology with the GE Evolve LED N Series fixtures. The new LED area lights, flood lights and wall packs make it easier to optimize space for visibility and operational savings while creating a consistent and contemporary look.
ADVANCE, N.C.—From the European-inspired French bistro barstools to the retro Dali seating collection, Beaufurn is established in the commercial furnishings industry as a go-to for stylish and durable seating options. With the ongoing success of their contemporary and transitional professional-grade furnishings, it’s not surprising that the seating star is expanding into lodging with its new Glen collection, which is manufactured at the company’s North Carolina facility.
PLANO, TEXAS—NexRev Inc., a leading manufacturer of performance-improving energy efficiency upgrades for HVAC equipment, announced the availability of DrivePak Advanced Rooftop Control (ARC), an expanded model of the company’s DrivePak HVAC retrofit upgrade incorporating advanced controls that allow customers to further capitalize the savings from DrivePak as well as additional prescriptive energy rebates and incentives.
CARY, N.C.—Civilight North America is now in volume production with their broad portfolio of LED lamps for the North American market. These LED lamps were initially developed for the European market and have been market-tested and customer-accepted in this demanding lighting market since 2006. Optimized and improved through market feedback from the global lighting community, Civilight’s products are offered in three series—Architectural, Professional and Commercial.
ANAHEIM, CALIF.—MaxLite, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions, has expanded its U.S. operations with the opening of a new LEED-certified facility in Anaheim, Calif. The 48,864-square-foot building increases MaxLite’s product assembly and testing capabilities and features the company’s first full showroom on the West Coast. Located in the Anaheim Concourse development at Ocean Circle, the $7.5 million new construction is outfitted entirely with energy-efficient MaxLite LED lighting products.
HOBOKEN, N.J.—Green Starts Here, LLC announced the official product launch of the ShowerSaver, a monitoring device for use in the shower that provides the user with real-time information on shower duration and water consumption. The ShowerSaver features a sensor which allows it to turn on and off automatically—users just need to get in and start showering. It also requires no connection to the plumbing, doesn’t control water flow, and is simple to install.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y.—LaMar Lighting Co. announced that its LED and fluorescent occu-smart fixtures qualify for the Demand Management Program incentives offered by Consolidated Edison Company of New York (Con Edison) and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Created specifically for seldom used areas, occu-smart helps reduce energy consumption by dimming to minimum-code illumination when the space is unoccupied while switching on to full illuminance upon occupancy.
NORTH OLMSTED, OHIO—The new M•Power Sensor-Operated Faucets have been selected as a winner of the 2014 Architectural Products magazine Product Innovation Awards (PIA) in the restroom and plumbing category, bringing home the third win in a row for Moen Commercial.
MONTGOMERY, MINN.—BioSurf announced the launch of BioSurf 2DL Stratus, a line of digitally customizable, sustainable laminates that offer multi-layer, textural imaging capabilities, according to BioSurf President Mike Riebel.
CHICAGO—A dirty packaged terminal air conditioner (PTAC) often has to work twice as hard and consumes twice the electricity to reach cooler room temperatures. To help hoteliers select the best A/C coil cleaning process as they plan their 2015 budgets, Cintas Corp. released a complimentary white paper covering the results of two independent A/C coil cleaning studies while providing tips for improving unit life.
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