Commercial Pumps – R.F. MacDonald Co.

We are the Standard Xchange Distributor for CA & NV

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R.F. MacDonald Co. celebrates one year as the Standard Xchange reps in California and Nevada, providing heat transfer for commercial HVAC applications and industrial markets Standard Xchange heat exchangers are the standard in heat transfer solutions, reliably performing their mission-critical duties day-in and day-out just as they’ve been designed, engineered and built in the USA...

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We Are Now the Bulldog Heat Pump Distributor for CA

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R.F. MacDonald Co. is now representing Bulldog Heat Pump throughout California, satisfying HVAC needs in the commercial and HVAC industry Bulldog Hybrid Heat Pump Systems were developed in the mid-1990s to satisfy the HVAC needs of the hotel industry. At that time, HVAC systems had high installation costs, unacceptable sound levels and ever-increasing energy costs....

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Advanced Mechanical Technologies Distributor for CA

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RFMCO is now representing Advanced Mechanical Technologies in California, a leader in LEED green building systems, offering HVAC & plumbing solutions for commercial buildings Advanced Mechanical Technologies (AMT) is a "LEEDing" manufacturer of pre-engineered, green and environmentally sound packaged central plants, HVAC and plumbing systems. These systems include booster pumps and lift stations, heat transfer...

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We Are Now the Sulzer Distributor for CA

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R.F. MacDonald Co. is now representing Sulzer in California, offering commercial & residential pump products for your sewage handling, storm water and lift station needs Sulzer is a global leader in fluid engineering and specializes in sewage ejector pumps, storm water pumps and lift stations. RFMCO is proud to offer Sulzer products to our customers...

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Variable Refrigerant Flow Versus Hydronic Systems

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HVAC system design requires methodical assessment of safety, costs and efficiency before determining between a VRF or hydronic system Source: Xylem Goulds Rising energy costs and a movement toward sustainability are driving changes in the commercial HVAC market. As design engineers, building owners and mechanical contractors focus on increasing comfort and maintaining air quality while...

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