HVAC Innovation Through The Years

This June, take a closer look at where the HVACR industry is heading. We’ll give you a better glimpse at companies that made a difference in the industry!


This June, we take a closer look at where the HVACR industry is heading. With so many products being developed for our own convenience, which companies stand out in this competitive field? In this month’s issue, we’ll give you a better glimpse at companies that have made a difference in the industry!

Featured in this month’s cover story is Danfoss. Take a look at how the company has brought a wide range of products that have helped its clients live in comfortable homes, keep food fresh and save energy while “supporting to build the world.” With over 80 years of innovation, Danfoss has remained active on its role in main growth industries such as food, energy, infrastructure and the climate. Find out more about Levent Taşkın, the company’s President of the Turkey, Middle East and Africa region, as he takes us on a journey with Danfoss and its innovation through the years.

What about today’s technology in the industry? What new products are in store for different clients and customers in the HVACR sector?

Learn more about Clivet Enhanced Hydronic System and why it’s considered the new frontier of central plants. Look through adiabatic air inlet cooling options for dry heat rejection equipment. Lastly, check out one of the coolest products around – Boss. It’s the new mobile-ready local supervisor that can be used for centralized management for system optimization.

We also have special features that tackle several issues concerning the HVACR industry. These articles include “How to Prevent Viral & Bacteria Outbreaks On Board” and “Thinking Cool To Create Future Standards”. You can also learn more about how Kingspan Insulation is fighting climate change and ozone depletion. You can also find out which company is helping its customers start breathing fresh air today!

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And of course, just like every other issue of GineersNow, we have prepared special leadership articles that can help you boost your career and improve your work ethic. Find out if you’re too smart for your current job. If you’re feeling dull, we have provided easy tips that can aid you in sharpening your mind. Most importantly, we have a special feature discussing the importance on why you should never end up as the arrogant engineer at work. Do you want to know why? Scroll through the pages to find out.

So sit back and learn something new in this industry today. Keep up with the latest trends on the HVACR Industry with GineersNow: HVACR Leaders. 

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  1. Great insights on HVAC technologies and how it could change the way we heat and cool our homes as we know it.

    Khalid Qirem
    Vice President & General Manager; GCC
    Johnson Controls

  2. Digital performance, convenience of apps, and cost savings are redefining the HVAC industry today.

    Suat Gürsoylu
    Customer Service Department Manager
    Daikin Türkiye

  3. HVAC innovation begins with the customer’s needs.

    Kamal Elshazly
    Genral Manager – UAE
    Trane Middle East & Africa

  4. HVAC technology has changed and improved over the past several years, thanks to IoT, robotics and digitalization.

    Rakesh Gupta
    Head of Product Engg.(res.) & Q/A
    SAMCO a joint ventue of Carrier and Juffali Saudi

  5. I want to see how new wireless controls and mobile access solutions for building automation systems can help MEP managers be more efficient. Seems that all these HVAC technologies are fad.

    Shadi Kutaich
    Director, Facilities Management
    Emaar

  6. I agree with Shadi. HVAC and MEP innovations should focus on energy efficiency… not those fancy wireless technologies that can be monitored in your smartphone. Majority of MEP professionals (like me) are more interested in cost savings and energy efficiency.

    Kamal Jaroor
    Director of Facilities and Biomedical Engineering
    Sheikh Khalifa General Hospital

  7. I would like to read this latest HVAC technology called “on command” pump for a residential water lines. It basically allow cold water to circulate into the water heater upon activation.

    Moutaz Jaber
    Facilities Manager
    MAF Dalkia Middle East (Enova)

  8. HVAC industry is changing really fast and with that change we are seeing efficiency on a scale that was impossible just a few years ago.

    Stephanie Simon
    Director of Facilities Management
    PCL Construction

  9. Great to see that this magazine is being read by engineering professionals around the world. Congratulations to the editors for bringing the Middle East MEP industry in the global stage.

    Muath AlSuwaidi
    CEO
    Emirates Facilities

  10. Hello Gineersnow editors. Can you also feature our company in your magazine?

    Samar Samim
    designer
    DUCTSOX – MENA FZCO

  11. I like the smart factories research. This is very helpful.

    Yousaf Butt
    SENIOR CENTRIFUGAL CHILLER PLANT ENGINEER
    AL SHIRAWI US CHILLERS SERVICES

  12. Good insights about climate change from Kingspan.

    Christophe Breton
    Marketing, Customer Service & Engineering Manager
    AL SALEM YORK MANUFACTURING CO LTD

  13. Wow, this post is all over the Linkedin groups. Very interesting stories about HVAC.

    Anas Abdul Saleem
    Facility Management – Head of Operations and Maintenance
    Green Terra Technical Services LLC

  14. I enjoyed the case study about Bitzer. Good stuff.

    Luke Dowling
    State Sales Manager-Victoria
    BITZER Australia

  15. Smart thermostats, home automation & increasingly connected appliances in the HVAC is here.

    Mohammed Imran
    Sales Manager
    Hisense Middle East

  16. New HVAC technologies and more efficient methods of cooling, and circulating air will reduce the running costs and this will save us money.

    Burhan Jaber
    Engineering and R&D Director
    SKM Air Conditioning LLC

  17. The website of RWI is not working. I was about to check their products but the link is not working.

    Satish Chakravarthy
    MEP Project Engineer
    Dubai Air-Conditioning Co. L.L.C

  18. Very informative magazine. Do you have a print magazine?

    Ahmad Romman
    Manager-Facilities Management/Retail Operation
    MERAAS Development

  19. It would be interesting to feature in your magazine the quality air of different universities in UAE during summer. What are the latest HVAC technologies for schools?

    Alaa Ahmad
    Facilities Manager
    Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University

  20. Demand for even greater energy efficiency from air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment is a consistent trend in the Middle East.

    Mokbul H. Sarkar
    General Manager (HVAC-Division)
    Dolphin Radiators & Cooling Systems Ltd.

  21. Good article about premium fluid cooler combining a compact, lightweight footprint with quiet, energy-efficient operation for heat exchange.

    Khaled Saab
    Senior Manager-HVAC
    KHATIB &ALAMI ( C.E.C), UAE

  22. I disagree with Mr. Suat. HVAC have always been a major consideration for engineers who sought to find ways to increase occupants comfort levels.

    Amjad Abu Alika
    Sr. Manager (HVAC Engineering Team)
    LG Electronics

  23. Indeed, keeping track of air conditioning and heating is a necessary evil.

    Alexey Kalashnikov
    HVAC Commissioning Manager
    James L Williams Middle East

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