Written on: September 12, 2012 by ICM
RectorSeal introduces anti-siphoning device for AC RectorSeal, working in conjunction with Aspen Pumps, has announced a new antisiphoning device that can save considerable expense in property damage from A/C condensate pump failures.
The company says ductless mini-split air conditioners need condensate pumps to protect property from water overflow damage, but if a pump fails due to contractor installation errors, it can create condensate line-blocking siphons.
The antisiphoning device is included at no cost with all Aspen Pumps distributed by RectorSeal in the U.S. The device consists of a two-inch long molded plastic fitting with an integral air intake. It is installed in the pump’s 1/4-inch diameter discharge hose and can be oriented horizontally or vertically. After the pump switches off, the device prevents the pump from auto-siphoning and emptying itself, the reservoir and connecting hose.
RectorSeal manufactures HVAC/R and plumbing products. For more information: www.rectorseal.com; email email@example.com or call (800) 231-3345.
AHR Expo Mexico
The 10th Biennial Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition will be held on September 25-27 at the Cintermex Convention Center, Monterrey, NL.
This is Mexico’s largest HVAC/R trade show with more than 65,000 net sq. ft. of exhibit space. More than 30 seminars are scheduled from the ASHRAE Monterrey Chapter covering energy saving systems and new technologies, providing various training on basic concepts, design standards and ASHRAE standards.
More than 380 exhibitors are scheduled and more than 10,000 HVAC/R professionals from Latin America are expected to attend.
More information is available from www.ahrexpomexico.com.