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03 Dec 2015 
7 Simple Steps in Cleaning your Furnace Filter

Regular furnace maintenance is indispensable to keep your home's cooling or heating system in top condition. Cleaning a furnace can be cumbersome to some homeowners but knowing that the build up of dust and debris in the system can create friction and a possible fire hazard, they should deem it important. There are lots of professional services offering furnace and duct cleaning using the right tool to fully reach down and target the dirt accumulated in your HVACs furnaces. However, there are simple tools that are easily accessible right in your nearest hardware store that can let you clean your own furnace and spare yourself from spending with labor.

Check out these simple steps on how you can go about cleaning your own furnace filter.





1. Disconnect the power and fuel sources. You don't want your first furnace filter maintenance job to be your click here last so keep it mind that you are working on an electrical appliance. Never work with the electrical wires unplugged. As an additional safety measure, in gas and oil furnaces, the pilot light and fuel supply needs to be shut hvac website off.

2. Locate your furnaces maintenance service panel. You can refer to the user manual to see if you might need any tool to accomplish this task. Some furnace doors open by hand, while others are screwed in or fastened so you may need a screwdriver or other simple tool to open it.

3. Locate the furnace filter. The furnace filter is that spongy like piece of object that sits between the furnace and the air duct. It has a width of 1 inch or slightly more than that.



4. Once you locate the filter, take it out from the furnace. If you have a reusable filter, you can just take it out and clean all the dirt from the filter with your garden hose. Let it dry before replacing it. If you have a disposable filter, you can just replace it with a new one.

5. Clean the areas where the filter sits. You can use an old toothbrush to get into the furnaces blower and smaller spaces and thus effectively remove accumulated dust and debris.

6. Replace the filter and put back any safety cover that you have removed. Check to see if everything is in order, if yes, you can reconnect the furnace and turn it on. If you have an electrostatic air filter, simply hvac take it out, wash it with a hose an place it back in the filter tracks.





7. Run the hvac furnace for a few minutes and observe if there are unusual sounds or smell coming out. If you smell burning wires or are hearing crackling sounds for prolonged period of time, shut down the furnace and call in a furnace and duct cleaning professional.

A clean furnace is the number one thing to keep heating or cooling equipment running at its peak performance along with maintaining its life span. Checking your air filters for blockage at least once a month, especially if you use continuous heat throughout the winter season, can not only increase your furnaces efficiency but it can also cut down your bills click here and save your family from possible respiratory health issues as well.




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03 Dec 2015 
HVACR Industry Goes Green

by: Roger J. Desrosiers



A recent article in the Air Conditioning News mentioned how The Department of Energy addressed the HVACR industry about new programs as they pertain to the HVACR industry and the future green collar economy jobs. The presentation focused on the importance of hvac website having skilled technical personnel for making the potential benefits of energy-efficiency equipment a reality and where President Obama plans on investing billions of dollars into hvac website weatherization.



Weatherization is the practice of modifying a building to reduce energy consumption and optimize energy efficiency. The president is handing click here the HVACR industry a gift, those who decide to learn about the programs and adapt will be the winners in the green collar economy. The DOEs largest science and energy laboratory is performing research and development across the energy sector in the areas of generation, distribution, and consumption.



Building energy use in this country is large and growing, it accounts for 72 percent of electrical consumption and 55 percent of natural gas consumption in the United States, The mission of the Federal Energy Management click here Program (FEMA) is to reduce the cost and environmental impact of the federal government, provide technical assistance to agencies applying advanced technologies in their energy projects (financed or direct-funded), and to create a Super Energy Savings Performance Contract program.





In the area of weatherization, the DOE is working to develop audit programs, weatherization assistance development and maintenance, state evaluation assistance, and lead-safe work practices. The DOE Building Technologies strategic goal is net zero energy buildings. A net zero energy building uses 60 to 70 percent less energy because of efficiency gains, with the balance of energy needs supplied by renewable technologies. The targets for zero energy technology being adopted in the markets are: residential by 2020, and commercial by 2025. The HVAC and Water Heating Program supporting goal is to develop equipment that has the potential to reduce HVAC/water heating energy use by 50 percent while providing better indoor humidity control with no increase in net monthly costs for mortgage and utilities.

The bottom line for us in this industry is a large opportunity for expanded education and click here job prospects in a field thats exciting, challenging, and being your own boss. If you love to solve problems be creative and improve on existing technology this is the field for you. P.S. The money is also very good.




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03 Dec 2015 




TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) (Mitsubishi Electric) has entered into an agreement to purchase from DeLonghi Industrial S.A. (DeLonghi Industrial) shares representing approximately 74.97% of the share capital of DeLclima S.p.A. (BIT: DLC) (DeLclima), an Italian company engaged in the commercial air conditioning products business. After the closing of this transaction, a mandatory tender offer will be launched by Mitsubishi Electric in order to acquire the remaining shares representing approximately 25.03% of the share capital of DeLclima, in compliance with Italian financial law and CONSOB regulations. The total expected purchase price for 100% of DeLclimas shares is approximately 664 million (calculated based on a per-share price of 4.44).

The completion of the transaction in relation to the acquisition by Mitsubishi Electric of 74.97% of DeLclimas share capital (the Transaction) requires clearance from antitrust authorities and the completion of the sale of DL Radiators S.r.l., an indirect subsidiary of DeLclima (DL Radiators). DL Radiators will be sold to a company affiliated with DeLonghi Industrial prior to the closing of the Transaction. In addition, under the agreement the 4.44 per-share price will be increased by an additional amount to be calculated on a daily basis, starting from 30 June, 2015 up to the closing date. The estimated per-share amount of such price increase is approximately 0.07, assuming that the closing of the Transaction will take place at the end of November 2015.

Mitsubishi Electric is currently assessing the impact of this acquisition on its finances and will promptly make an announcement, should there arise any necessity to update its financial forecast or to disclose any information.

Reasons for the hvac website Acquisition

Mitsubishi Electric has a global presence in the area of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in markets such as Japan, Europe, North America, China, Southeast Asia, India and Australia, and Europe in particular is an important market for Mitsubishi Electric after Japan. As the European air conditioning market matures, it further requires market players both to provide value-added products such as energy-saving click here products and to comply with environmental regulations (F-Gas regulations*1 ), and in response, Mitsubishi Electric has grown its business in the region with a particular focus on room and packaged air conditioning as well as multi air conditioning for buildings. The acquisition of DeLclima represents Mitsubishi Electrics full-scale entry into the chillers*2 business and will enable the company to expand its business portfolio, which will be important in achieving continuous growth and increasing market presence. Moreover, the acquisition will allow Mitsubishi Electric to adequately respond to environmental regulations (F-Gas regulations), which are expected to become even more important in the coming years.

DeLclimas subsidiaries include Climaveneta S.p.A. and RC Group S.p.A., and their strengths are the following:

Climaveneta S.p.A.:

Leading market share in Europe and strong brand supported by customer trust and high quality in the chillers business; Energy-saving and low-noise technology, and superior development / design and efficient production capabilities that allow product customization and quick delivery; and System-solution capabilities, such as remote monitoring of HVAC equipment.

RC Group S.p.A. :

Expertise in specialized air conditioning, such as air conditioning for server rooms, a major business of RC Group S.p.A.

Demand for chillers is expected to remain strong in Europe, which is of high strategic importance for Mitsubishi Electrics HVAC business. Acquiring DeLclima will allow Mitsubishi Electric to enhance its product lineup for large commercial machines, especially for chillers, and to become a comprehensive provider of HVAC systems ranging from residential to commercial. Mitsubishi Electric aims to increase its competitiveness and enlarge its business by enhancing its solution-type business with DeLclimas system-solution capabilities and by realizing synergies, such as by hvac strengthening the companys global presence with DeLclimas existing global footprint in various countries, including China.

Mitsubishi Electric expects to leverage its newfound synergies in the following way:

Increasing sales by pursuing cross-selling opportunities for both companies; Integrating the companies control hvac website systems to strengthen HVAC solution capabilities; and Adding more value to DeLclimas products by utilizing the components manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric, such as inverters, heat exchangers, fans and compressors. *1 Regulations in Europe require the total emissions for Freon gas, a type of greenhouse gas, to be reduced gradually by 2030. *2 Chillers maintain the temperature of an object by utilizing a heat medium (e.g., water) in a loop system and as a general name refer to central air conditioning systems hvac website whose primary application is for large facilities such as buildings and factories.

About Mitsubishi Electric Corporation



With over 90 years of experience in providing reliable, high-quality products, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) is a recognized world leader in the manufacture, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy, transportation and building equipment. Embracing the spirit of its corporate statement, Changes for the Better, and its environmental statement, Eco Changes, Mitsubishi Electric endeavors to be a global, leading green company, enriching society with technology. The company recorded consolidated group sales of 4,323.0 billion yen (US$ 36.0 billion*) in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015. For more information visit:







*At an exchange rate of 120 yen to the US dollar, the rate given by the Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market on March 31, 2015




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