Johnson Controls is pleased to announce the release of their VP140 Series of Pressure Independent Control Valves. Johnson Controls will deliver stable flow and energy efficiency by combining their actuators with the new, cost competitive VP140 Series of Pressure Independent Control Valves (PICV) in both axial and ball valve configurations. [Read more…]
Join, Stromquist & Company’s, master trainer and control pro, Tim Chamblee,as he walks us through chiller surge. Tim teaches you what you need to know about chiller surge, and how to protect your chillers.
Tim, with over 40 years in the HVAC service and controls business offers practical tech tips and training, reach out to him directly at email@example.com, or call him at 1-800-241-9471 to find out about his training classes, or to buy York Chiller parts. Stromquist & Company is a stocking distributor of York chiller parts and would love to help provide these parts when you have a need.
Johnson Controls is happy to announce uLearn, an interactive web platform where employees, distributors and partners can view instructional videos, is up and running. The uLearn site, which promises to be a one-stop shop for how-to and other instructional videos, officially went live earlier this year. Each video is typically between three and five minutes in length and is intended to be used in conjunction with training and other educational tools provided by Johnson Controls. LEARN MORE
Facility Explorer® Brand Awareness Campaign Continues through October
In early August, we announced the launch of a new digital ad campaign to build awareness for the Facility Explorer® building automation system. Running through October 2017, the campaign 1) builds awareness of and interest in Facility Explorer, and 2) drives customers to reach out to their representative for more information. LEARN MORE
Points Plus Contractor Program Updates to website resulted in accessibility issues
Recently, we updated several features within the Points Plus Rewards website which resulted in a change to the URL. Our vendor assured us that all of our customers would be re-directed (seamlessly), but we have found this is not the case for some of you. Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience and continue reading for details on how to access the new site. LEARN MORE
HVAC Navigator® Tips & Tricks Your one stop shop for product and industry expertise
HVAC Navigator is an internet site, which via single sign-on, enables you to access all the products and brands you buy from Johnson Controls. Within Navigator are Selection, Offering and other tools that will help you throughout the lifecycle of a product. Here’s a few tips on how you can fully utilize the capabilities of the Navigator customer portal. LEARN MORE
Introducing Verasys™ 2.0 Controls Systems for Light Commercial and Mid-Market Applications
The Verasys™ controls system enables business growth through bundled equipment and controls solutions using the brands you know and trust. We are thrilled to share this new offering with you to help you take your business to the next level.
Verasys is part of the Johnson Controls® SMART Systems delivery that includes new smart configurable controls and a bundled solution with HVAC/R Equipment. Verasys 2.0 is a Plug & Play solution that combines the power of our latest SMART equipment technology with our HVAC/R equipment. Simple configurable controllers that can be bundled with equipment from the factory or installed in the field are benefits associated with the new offerings. Verasys allows you to configure a vast array of controls applications for HVAC/R without the use of special programming tools or control engineering, whether for one building or an entire enterprise. LEARN MORE
Are you in-the-know? Johnson Controls is the place to go!
Stay informed about the latest and greatest developments in the Building Technologies industry. Look to Johnson Controls as your source for:
* Upcoming and recent webcasts: Hear from experts from across the industry as they present on the newest tools and technology.
* Top Talks Library: Watch experts from the Johnson Controls family of brands give presentations on topics ranging from getting the most from your BAS to encouraging woman in the HVAC industry.
* Industry Events: Learn more about various trade shows, meeting and events taking place in the industry.
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Published on Jul 19, 2017. Heating and cooling account for roughly 48% of the energy use in a typical U.S. home, making it the largest energy expense for most families. In the commercial building sector, the cost is approximately 40%. Johnson Controls, one of the leading providers of HVAC, Fire and Security systems in the world, is changing how spaces are viewed and controlled. As the inventors of the first thermostat, Johnson Controls has innovated once again with GLAS. Utilizing Windows 10 IoT Core, Cortana voice services, and Azure Cloud, GLAS is a simple to use, elegant thermostat that brings leading energy savings and air quality monitoring to everyday spaces. Johnson Controls is reinventing the thermostat and our lives.
ControlTrends interview with Dimitri Papadopoulos of Johnson Controls, who tells us all about Johnson Controls’ new Niagara Analytics and the Johnson Controls new technology on display at the 2017 AHR Expo. Johnson Controls featured their FX Supervisory Controllers, which are web-based supervisory-class controllers in the Facility Explorer product family. FX Supervisory Controllers manage networks of field controllers using open communication protocols, such as such as BACnet®, LONWORKS®, and N2 protocols. FX Supervisory Controllers support a full set of building automation features, such as scheduling, alarming, histories, data sharing, energy management, totalization, and customized control routines, which are specifically designed for commercial facilities.
Johnson Controls has been named #16 on CR Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens List for 2017! Each year, all 1,000 companies in the Russell 1000 Index are ranked on 260 data points across seven categories – environment, climate change, employee relations, human rights, governance, finance, and philanthropy & community support. Johnson Controls is honored to make the top 25 for 11 years running. Learn more about this recognition and get the full list: http://on.jci.com/2pKVebB
About Corporate Responsibility Magazine: Our 18th annual ranking of responsible organizations 100 Best based on seven categories and 260 data points is revealed.Being a good corporate citizen is a goal of most leading organizations, but actually achieving this can be a challenge in today’s business climate. There are many working pieces of a responsible operation—risk management, diversity and inclusion, and the supply chain for example—that make efficient and effective operations quite onerous. So when a company succeeds at being transparent, responsible, and accountable—with all aspects backed up by data—they end up earning a coveted spot on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. See more at: http://www.thecro.com/100-best/the-100-best-corporate-citizen/#sthash.xD6atJA7.dpuf
Watch all the excitement as Johnson Controls wins the 2016 ControlTrends Awards Building Automation Control System of the Year Award.
One of the truly great highlights of the 2016 ControlTrends Awards, was Jenny Stentz and Gina Elliott presenting the newest ControlTrends Awards category, the Woman of the Year. Twelve of the most distinguished and successful women in the HVAC and Building Automation industries were recognized for their outstanding career achievements: Sarah Monteleone, Connect Air; Renee Joseph, Johnson Controls; Lisa Hickey, Belimo; Angie Jarvis, ProLon; Jenny Graves, Tridium; Amy Doran, Alerton; Annette Clayton, Schneider Electric; Laura Kevitt, Vykon; Monica Ferraro, Distech; Ruth Hershey, Siemens; Lindsay Baker , Comfy; and Therese Sullivan, buildingcontext.me.
From this amazing group of women, special congratulations to the 2016 ControlTrends Awards Woman of the Year Co-winners: Renee Joseph, Johnson Controls and Jenny Graves, Tridium!
Renee Joseph, Vice President at Johnson Controls, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Industrial Automation. Distinguished career introducing strategies to drive profitable and sustainable growth within competitive markets — P & L responsibility for developing and growing profitable global businesses. Recognized for leading top performing teams — Skilled in recruiting, developing and leading top performing engineering, business development, marketing, sales and operations teams.
Jenny Graves, Vice President of Marketing Communications, Tridium/Honeywell. Leads global multi-channel communications and brand strategy for international Fortune 100 company in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Heads dynamic corporate communications team working with business leaders across all functional areas to ensure strategic communication and creative goals are delivered. Develops on-going public relations strategy, serves as business unit spokesperson, and manages on-going media relationships. Drives development of brand strategy, positioning and corporate identity.
In 1885, long before anyone talks about carbon footprints or climate change, Warren Johnson launches a company to explore new ways to harness and conserve precious energy resources. In doing so, he also launches a tradition of customer-focused innovation — a tradition that has inspired thousands of employees for more than 130 years and that continues to drive the success of Johnson Controls. Even before he founds the firm now known as Johnson Controls, Warren Johnson is the quintessential inventor. His pneumatic tower clocks, electric storage batteries, wireless telegraph business and steam-powered luxury cars and postal service trucks anticipate– and shape–the future. Johnson Controls: Our culture of innovation and continuous improvement drives us to solve today’s challenges while constantly asking ‘what’s next.’