North Park Innovations, manufacturer of the iManifold® platform which allows HVAC contracters to accurately read data and diagnose sytmen issues, is now partnering with Bacharach, manufacturer of gas detection data solutions, monitoring and analysis instrumentation, to incorporate data from the Bacharach INSIGHT® Plus combustion analyser into the iManifold cloud reporting platform.
The INSIGHT Plus combustion analyser collects combustion measurement data, such as oxygen and CO2 concentrations, efficiency, temperature, draft and pressures, from boilers, furnaces and other heating devices. This data can now be automatically populated into the iManifold cloud reporting platform.
Barry Phillips, Vice-President of Sales and Marketing of Bacharach, said, “We are pleased to be working with the iManifold team to expand support and create quick solutions for our mutual HVAC/R customers.”
“The ability of the iManifold cloud reporting platform to upload the combustion analytics data directly from the QR code on the Plus combustion analyser provides the contractor with another tool to showcase the before and after condition of the heating system they are servicing to their customers,” Phillips continued.
The iManifold platform, which includes the iConnect, probes, the app, cloud reporting and storage, is the award-winning wireless digital manifold system that supports more accurate measurements and precision diagnostics to improve HVAC/R maintenance and installation.
Bill Northrup, CEO of North Park Innovations, commented, “We are honoured to be working with Bacharach’s high-quality combustion analysers. Our goals are to eliminate contractor’s call-backs, which can be costly, and to support the HVAC/R field technicians with quality maintenance and installations.”
Northrup continued, “We plan to incorporate Bacharach’s INSIGHT Plus in our popular virtual iManifold training classes as early as this summer. The alliance with Bacharach, as a global leader in combustion and analysis, is a great addition to the power of our iManifold.”