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Lockwood Products

Newsletter: New Vendor, New Products

When it comes to new or replacement boiler room equipment, you should have as many practical options as possible. ATI carefully considers equipment manufacturers that share our standards for reliable, high-quality products and technologies that last. We continue to build on our product portfolio in an effort to serve as a single source provider and […]

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HVAC Case Study

Case Study: Nassau County Department of Public Works Hicksville Garage HVAC Renovation

This project was a team effort between ATI, a local contracting service, and Nassau County personnel. The County’s lead engineer on the project was Adrian Cavanagh P.E.The ProjectThe Nassau County Department of Public Works needed a complete upgrade to their boiler equipment. This included replacement of existing:BoilersBurnersFuel oil pump setLead/lag panelPumpsExpansion tankAir separatorFor a job […]

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Factors to Consider when Designing Multiple Temperature Returns in Boiler Applications

Factors to Consider when Designing Multiple Temperature Returns in Boiler Applications

In the past five years we have seen a propensity for designers facilitate a dual return temperature option on boiler room applications.  This idea was conceived with the anticipation of maximizing energy efficiency by minimizing waste energy. There are several published articles and videos explaining the theory behind how it “could” save energy, however, data-based evidence […]

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pressure gauge indicator in boiler-room

Newsletter: Are Boiler Room Applications with Dual Return Temperature Options More Efficient?

Are Boiler Room Applications with Dual Return Temperature Options More Efficient?Boiler system designers have been experimenting with the concept of a dual temperature return to the heat exchanger (HX) for decades. The idea is to compartmentalize the heat exchanger with multiple temperature zones to maximize efficiencies.While whitepapers and videos explain it in theory, the real-world […]

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Heating Systems

Turning up the Heat on the Types of Heating Systems

Process manufacturing as well as other industries heavily rely on several different types of heating systems that are used for an array of purposes. Although each type of heating system has slightly different principles and components, they all work to transfer heat energy through one of the following fundamental methods of heat transfer:  Conduction, Convection, […]

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Boilers

6 Key Periods in the History of Boilers

From mammoth-size bohemeths to highly-efficient and compact modular units, the history of  boilers span across multiple centuries and countless innovations. At ATI of New York, we’re proud to be leaders within the industry — offering equipment from the top boiler manufacturers in the world. Let’s take a closer look at a few important milestones throughout […]

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Boiler

5 Boiler Industry Trends Poised to Build Steam

The last decade has been an exciting period with an array of innovative boiler industry trends happening simultaneously. With the increasing demand for low NOx performance systems, higher efficiency units, and reduced carbon footprints; users and facilities have access to the most cutting-edge and advanced systems in history. However, would you be surprised if we […]

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Burner

Turn Down for What? High Burner Turndown Benefits Explained

The turndown ratio of a burner has long been understood as a key metric. While the concept may be relatively well understood by engineers, most facility managers and property owners lack the understanding to appreciate the underlying benefits of high burner turndown.The burner turndown is all about efficiency. The earliest hydronic boilers began with nothing […]

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Boiler

5 Cross-Market Industrial Boiler Uses and Applications

On any given day, you can find one of the several industrial boiler uses in virtually every facility or building in the United States. As a matter of fact, industrial boiler systems operate very similar to the standard boiler used in residential homes and properties. The primary difference is industrial boilers are designed to provide […]

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