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PRODUCTS hvac & plumbing EDITORS' CHOICE Compact wall heaters Berko COS-E: * Fan-forced wall heaters * Clip-n-Fit feature changes wattage * Outputs from 375 to 2,000 W Berko COS-E series fan-forced wall heaters have a compact design, dual wattage and voltage, and are said to install easily. The heaters have a Clip-n-Fit feature that allows the installer to change the wattage of the heater to a lower output to accommodate a range of applications or spaces. Available in 208/240 V, 120 V, and outputs from 375 to 2,000 W, heaters are factory wired for maximum wattage and can be reduced to half the wattage. The units include an impeller for silent heat, access to elements without disturbing the wiring/controls, and adapter plate conversion. Marley Engineered Products, Bennettsville, SC Circle 50 VRF system The J-II series Airstage VRF system is a single-phase heat pump for ambient heating and cooling applications in a 3- to 5-ton range. With SEER to 19.8 and 11.4 HSPF, as many as nine indoor units can connect to each condensing unit. Eleven indoor-unit styles, from 7 to 60 kBTU, create individual zones for any size space. Self-sensing suction pumps SCI and SFI self-sensing, variable-speed end suction pumps have integrated VFDs and are said to permit fast, accurate balancing. SCI close-coupled and SFI frame-mounted models reportedly provide superior reliability and ease of installation for heating, air conditioning, pressure boosting, cooling water transfer, and water supply applications. Features include a SelfSensing bypass option to bypass the variable-speed control, and either a NEMA 1 drive with an ODP motor or a NEMA 12 drive with a TEFC motor. Fujitsu General America, Fairfi eld, NJ Circle 52 Taco Inc., Cranston, RI Circle 51 Shower-door hinges MAKE COMFORT Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating Suwanee, GA 800.433.4822 Circle 233 20 COMMERCI A L A RCHI T EC T URE JAN/FEB 2016 Victoria and Plymouth door-hinge systems for frameless shower enclosures and large glass doors support tall, heavy doors. Supporting weight to 140 lb. and a maximum width of 39 in., doors use two hinges instead of three. Both use an integrated stiffening beam to minimize clamping plate flex. The Victoria model has square edges, while Plymouth offers beveled edges. The hinges are designed for 3/8- and 1/2-in. thick glass. C.R. Laurence Co., Los Angeles Circle 53

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Commercial Architecture January/February 2016

The Architects
Healthcare Design: Back to Nature
Missoula Aquifer Cools Cancer Center
HVAC & Plumbing Products
Reclaiming The Industrial Past
Interiors Products
Exterior Provides Complete System
Exteriors Products
Plant Gears Up With Skylights
Windows & Doors Products
Jewel Of The Bay
Lighting & Electrical Products
The Whitney Is Wired For Sound, Video
Building Technology Products

Commercial Architecture January/February 2016