Mestex Unveils Latest Edition of Adaptaire

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Updated version of the premiere building management system debuts.

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Mestex, a division of Mestek, is excited to announce the release of the latest version of its revolutionary Adaptaire system.

The Adaptaire workspace is an innovative, web-based building management program that can easily be accessed from anywhere in the world with Internet Explorer – offering real-time monitoring of comfort and satisfaction.

Using microprocessor-based control modules and advanced server communications systems, Adaptaire allows facility operators to monitor everything from heating and air conditioning to alarms directly from an IE browser.

In addition to interface updates like right-click menus and zoom/resize options, the updated program allows operators to quickly generate alarm and equipment-based reports faster than ever before. Users even have the option to filter a report to show only equipment for specific control programs.

The Adaptaire system offers advanced cost-saving opportunities with its Schedules program as well.

The Schedules feature enables operators to set Optimal Starts and Demand Control points for zones that may only require adequate temperature when occupied – severely reducing energy consumption without compromising comfort.

With the newest version of Adaptaire and its assortment of updates, Mestex is continuing to present operators with the most advanced building management resources and tools on the market.

For more information on the Adaptaire system visit http://www.appliedair.com.

About Mestek
Mestek, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, and metal-forming equipment in the United States and Canada. The Company was incorporated in 1898 as Mesta Machine Company and changed its name to Mestek, Inc. in 1984. Mestek is headquartered in Westfield, Massachusetts. For more information, visit http://www.mestek.com.

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