As John Eagle joins the Hydronic Systems family, the expansion into HVAC controls and service is quickly growing. John comes to Hydronic Systems with 13 years of experience as an electrical journeyman and a background in automation and industrial motor controls. His talents and expertise already have been put to good use on such projects as the Garfield County Public Safety building.

The Garfield County Public Safety building is the latest iWorx® Controls project to be completed by Hydronic Systems. The existing building and equipment consisted of two VAV air handling units served by an air cooled chiller and a heating water boiler. The end goal of the project was to replace the broken, obsolete control system with a new, more efficient one. Jim Outhier of CEC was the project engineer.

“As we evaluated the needs of the end user on this project, we determined it was a perfect fit for iWorx®,” said Mark Boozer, president of Hydronic Systems. “This past summer, we started representing the iWorx® product line from Taco Electronics Solutions. To date, we have placed iWorx® products on 12 projects with an additional three in progress. The facility owners are very pleased,” added Mark.

Hydronic Systems has expanded into the controls arena because with iWorx®, the opportunity existed to better serve clients with a full range of services. “By adding controls to our product line we complete the circle of buying and installing HVAC systems,” said Mark, adding, “With Taco’s iWorx® control package, we now can provide quality solutions for monitoring and managing the equipment we sell.”

iWorx® is a flexible, easily-scalable management, monitoring and control system. It delivers effective cost control over a building’s energy usage and HVAC equipment maintenance, plus BTU metering, in single, multi-site or multi-building locations.

To find out more about iWorx®, call Mark in the Oklahoma City office at (405) 528-7867 or Brian in Tulsa at (918) 382-6978.