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t e c h n o l o g y N E W & N O T A B L E T he growing importance of energy efficiency and sustainability has given birth to new generations of products and technologies available in the marketplace. A sampling is included here. To have your product considered for a future issue of HPB, send a product description to hpbmagazine@ashrae.org. D A B C E F A Curtain Wall Pressure Plate YKK AP America introduces the YCW 750 OGP thermally broken curtain wall featuring polyamide pressure plates. The product reduces temperature transfer from the exterior to the interior, creating a more comfortable interior space. It can deliver a 20% gain in U-factor performance and a 10% gain in its condensation resistance factor (CRF) when used with standard low-emissivity glass. HPB.hotims.com/49820-150 B Low-E Glass SunGuard SNX low-e glass from Guardian offers 51% light transmission with a solar heat gain coefficient of 0.23. The glass is designed to meet stringent energy codes in North America without sacrificing appearance. It is available on clear, green, UltraWhite, CrystalGray, gray and TwilightGreen substrates, in both annealed and heat treatable versions. HPB.hotims.com/49820-171 C Outdoor Lamp Toshiba releases the high lumen output PAR38 Outdoor LED lamp designed for direct replacement of 90 W halogen bulbs. The lamp is available in 3000 K color temperature with a CRI of 80. Suitable applications include recessed downlights, track, landscape and security fixtures. HPB.hotims.com/49820-165 D Mobile PV Generator The Sun Commander Series 8000 from Day & Night Solar is a solar photovoltaic (PV) mobile electric generator with on-grid and off-grid capabilities that can provide power before, during and after an outage. The frame of the unit is formed from polyurethane composites via pultrusion using a Bayer MaterialScience polyurethane system that features renewable raw materials, resulting in a lightweight product. HPB.hotims.com/49820-162 E Solar Control Shade Draper's new product line includes a variety of solar control solutions to complement the company's FlexShade line of interior roller shades. The new line includes venetian blinds for exterior, interior, and double fa├žade use; rack arm louvers; tensioned fabric systems; stainless steel roller shades and shutters; and custom solutions designed Spring 2014 HIGH G to help make the best use of natural daylight while controlling heat and glare. HPB.hotims.com/49820-160 F Desktop 3-D Printer The MakerBot Replicator 2 desktop 3-D printer is designed to use PLA filament (a renewable bioplastic) to print three dimensional objects from computer designs. The unit has a 410 in.3 capacity, 100-micron layer resolution and can support multiplepart printing, allowing users to create professional quality prototypes and complex models. HPB.hotims.com/49820-164 G Dimmer Switch The Nova T dimmer switch from Lutron is now available with direct control of 0 - 10 V ballasts and drivers with no need for separate power pack. Features include a non-visible metal heat sink for improved appearance, automatic multi-gang alignment for easy installation, and heavy-duty components for surge protection and long product life. The product is available in global voltages (220 V - 240 V). HPB.hotims.com/49820-152 PERFORMING BUILDINGS 61 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-160 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-165 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-150 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-164 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-162 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-171 http://HPB.hotims.com/49820-152

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LED Lighting
Sandy High School
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