Danfoss DSH scroll compressors with Intermediate Discharge Valves (IDVs) are designed for the next generation of rooftop units and chillers by saving energy and improving system part-load efficiency, enabling systems to meet energy regulations and standards with minimal redesign or retrofit costs.
Wide Range of New Products Saves Energy and Improves Comfort
January 6, 2014
Encompassing a broad cross-section of the HVACR marketplace, the winners of this year’s AHR Expo Innovation awards feature everything from a hybrid electric heat pump water heater to a high-performance metric motor. The winning entries were selected in 10 categories.
While various aspects of HVACR technology seem to be lagging behind, compressors are keeping pace. And, of all the compressors being introduced, manufacturers are ensuring new offerings meet demands, operate intelligently, and, perhaps most importantly, perform efficiently.
It was 1987 and while the Copeland Scroll technology was entering the HVAC marketplace. The technology ushered in a new phase of energy efficiency for the residential HVAC industry and also became a standard in the commercial and refrigeration sectors.
Employees at the Copeland Scroll™ manufacturing facility recently dedicated a new work of art celebrating the 25th anniversary of Copeland Scroll production. The new mural depicts landmarks of Sidney, headquarters for Emerson Climate Technologies Inc.
The expanded line of AquaSnap® 30RAP air-cooled scroll chillers is now offered up to 150 tons. AquaSnap 30RAP chillers are available with several factory- and field-installed options and accessories, including a hydronic system option that maximizes pump efficiency and makes installation even easier.
Emerson Climate Technologies is celebrating its 100 millionth Copeland Scroll™ compressor milestone with an innovative global program designed to celebrate compressor technology and the people who make them.
Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc., a business of Emerson, celebrated a significant industry milestone earlier this month when the 100 millionth Copeland Scroll™ compressor rolled off the production line in Lebanon, Mo.