Energy Conservation and High Level of Cooling Are Primary Factors Driving Demand
January 26, 2015
The global market for absorption chillers is projected to reach $983 million by 2020, driven by stringent environmental protection norms and rising demand for energy efficient cooling systems, according to new report by Global Industry Analysts Inc.
Data Aire Inc. went all the way up to the 95th floor of the John Hancock Building in downtown Chicago to showcase its future and what’s to come at the AHR Expo and beyond. Cocktails, dinner, and a special performance from Chicago’s own Sugar Dolls were all on display at the event.
Trane is expanding its United Kingdom chiller portfolio with the addition of a range of multi-pipe chillers designed to simultaneously deliver hot and chilled water. According to the company, the units are suitable for many comfort air conditioning applications and industrial processes where simultaneous heating and cooling is required.
R-1234ze Has a Global Warming Potential Lower Than One, Better Than CO2
June 9, 2014
The first UK-manufactured chiller incorporating the low global warming potential (GWP) HFO refrigerant R-1234ze is now cooling shoppers visiting the new £15 million John Lewis department store that opened in York.
Chiller Optimization Saves Hospital $250,000 Per Year
May 13, 2013
The chillers at Broward Health Medical Center were not achieving the kW per ton for which they were rated — a serious problem that they had not been aware of before, and which had probably cost them over $1 million in excess energy use since installation.
The cooling season is upon us. Are your customers’ commercial HVAC systems up to the task? Now’s the time to conduct a seasonal start-up, to make sure you’re able to provide reliable, efficient cooling throughout the warmest months of the year.
Operating rooms, critical-care facilities, data centers, imaging centers — plus worker productivity — are, to some extent, dependent on the reliable operation of the HVAC system, particularly in warm weather.