Johnson Controls International: Addressing Key Industry Challenges, From Decarbonization To Healthy Buildings, At AHR Expo 2022


  • Booth C1336 will showcase connected, sustainable technologies and solutions, including OpenBlue, the company’s comprehensive digital offering

  • Visitors learn how networked solutions promote the well-being of residents, track energy consumption and system efficiency, and help achieve sustainability goals

  • Company experts will be on hand to discuss DOE 2023 energy efficiency regulations, indoor air quality and the transition to low GWP refrigerants

MILWAUKEE – (Jan. 6, 2022) – Johnson Controls, the global leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, will be exhibiting at the AHR Expo 2022 (Booth C1336) on Feb.31-22 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Johnson Controls’ exhibition will focus on the importance of connectivity and innovation to solve today’s built environment challenges and reaffirm its commitment to helping customers achieve their energy efficiency and sustainability goals through the latest AI and digital technologies reach.

“With the twin crises of the pandemic and climate change, technology is more important than ever,” said Jeff Williams, president of Global Products, Johnson Controls. “We need to rethink the way buildings work, and Johnson Controls has the technology today to help its customers in this global effort. AHR Expo 2022 brings together a collection of our latest and most advanced products that help create smarter, healthier, more sustainable spaces. “The world.”

Buildings make up an estimated 40% of US emissions. To achieve global decarbonization, it is crucial to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, use more environmentally friendly products and electrify the end uses of buildings such as heating. Johnson Controls is committed to driving continuous advances in HVAC technology that enable a more sustainable future while ensuring compliance with government regulations, including the Department of Energy (DOE) 2023 energy efficiency standards and the industry’s move to low GWP refrigerants.

“With the twin crises of the pandemic and climate change, technology is more important than ever.” – Jeff Williams, President of Global Products, Johnson Controls

The new 15-ton roof unit from Johnson Controls Choice with heat pump function and the YORK® HMH7 17 SEER heat pump with horizontal discharge, which are already DOE 2023-compliant, will be exhibited at the AHR along with other highly efficient systems and a broad portfolio of construction products and technologies , Software and services to support digital transformation, sustainability, healthy buildings and security.

The latest in building automation and control technology from Johnson Controls is designed to digitally transform environments to support the health, safety and comfort of residents.

  • New IP-enabled device controls of the next generation as part of the building automation systems from Metasys and Facility Explorer offer extremely resilient and flexible building networks.

  • The Metasys Pandemic Dashboard uses preprogrammed building sequences to achieve negative pressure and convert standard hospital patient rooms into isolation rooms.

  • New functions in the TEC3000 series thermostat allow the ventilation mode to be configured for epidemic control and the control of critical environments – such as touchscreen monitors and venturi air valves – and manage room pressure, air exchange, temperature and relative humidity.

State-of-the-art digital OpenBlue solutions use data collected by the building automation and control solutions and provide valuable, actionable insights.

  • OpenBlue Enterprise Manager proactively analyzes building data across the company and uses the industry’s first AI to optimize sustainability, convenience and maintenance costs.

  • OpenBlue Companion offers tenants and visitors a next-generation in-building experience, improving occupant engagement and productivity.

  • OpenBlue Central Utility Plant monitors thousands of variables from connected devices and external building sources, such as weather forecasts and electricity tariffs, and sends commands to turn devices on and off or adjust control setpoints in real time to minimize energy costs.

  • Smart Connected Chillers enables remote monitoring and digitally assisted service – from anywhere – to predict when a chiller needs servicing, increasing uptime and reliability.

Further product highlights are:

Johnson Controls will introduce an evolutionary advancement of the award-winning YORK® YVAA variable speed screw cooler. This proven top performer has been redefined in order to meet today’s and foreseeable sustainability requirements. The implementation of advanced technologies results in higher operational efficiency, optimization of part load performance, greater flexibility and improved reliability – all in a smaller footprint.

The YORK® Mission Critical Horizontal Computer Room Air Handler (YORK MCH CRAH) was developed in close collaboration with data center stakeholders to meet the unique cooling needs of these incredibly demanding facilities while also being developed for the high performance needs of any application.

Johnson Controls Hitachi (Booth C1340) will showcase its innovation legacy, including products and systems for commercial, light commercial and residential customers. One of the highlights is FrostWash â„¢, a new technology that removes 99% of bacteria, 95% of mold and 99% of viruses from inside the device.

To learn more, visit Johnson Controls at Booth C1336 at AHR Expo or visit


About Johnson Controls:
At Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI) we are transforming the environments in which people live, work, learn and play. As the world’s leading provider of smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, our mission is to redefine how buildings perform to serve people, places and the planet.

With a history of innovation spanning more than 135 years, Johnson Controls delivers the blueprint of the future with its comprehensive OpenBlue digital offering for industries such as healthcare, schools, data centers, airports, stadiums, manufacturing and beyond. With a global team of 100,000 experts in more than 150 countries, Johnson Controls offers the world’s largest portfolio of building technology, software and service solutions with some of the most trusted names in the industry. For more information, visit or follow us @johnsoncontrols on twitter.


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