The Venthalpy tooling line is unmatched when it comes to usability and engineering in its field. Each tool has been designed to help HVACR contractors excel in HVACR/building optimization while growing their sales at the same time.
Our custom app can work as a stand-alone diagnostic tool or alongside our tooling line. Either way, you are receiving accurate data.
According to UN.gov, the global population is projected to reach 9.8 billion people by the year 2050, a 27% increase from 2018 statistics. With a growing population comes a whole new set of challenges to energy consumption and environmental concerns, as if there already weren't enough. The International Energy Agency projects that over this same time span, the number of HVAC units installed will grow EXPONENTIALLY from 1.6 billion to 5.6 billion. With technology constantly changing, a shortage of trained HVAC professionals globally, varying energy codes (if any in some countries) and increased CO2 emissions, how can we possibly expect longevity on this planet without being hindered by our own growing human race? That's where Venthalpy comes in.
Venthalpy's ultimate goal is to identify and easily solve energy-saving opportunities while further identifying health risks related to the HVAC, refrigeration, duct work and building insulation factor.
With very little training, Venthalpy products can be dispatched into the field as an easy solution to helping the environment, communities and HVAC businesses thrive. Real-time technical and financial reports can be generated in a relatively short amount of time, allowing the HVAC professional to maximize their effectiveness in the field and the customer to make financially conscious decisions easily.
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Venthalpy was founded by engineer Daryll Zalesak, a graduate from Texas A&M University, who eventually joined the family HVAC business in College Station, Texas. After a few years in the industry, a few recurring issues became apparent.
After a couple of years of development, Venthalpy was finally created to fill these four voids.