Marc Sandofsky is an internationally-published technical writer, editor, and energy consultant. He earned a BS degree in mechanical engineering and a BA degree in economics from Tufts University, and an MBA in marketing from Babson College. He has been awarded four U.S. patents on cooling-related energy conservation processes.
The 3C Hybrid Condenser was developed by Muller Industries to help mitigate the impact of increasingly hot ambient conditions that are causing air-cooled refrigeration and air conditioning systems to lose cooling capacity while consuming more energy. It is particularly well suited for supermarkets with their continuous need for refrigeration.
Despite the differing opinions on global warming, those who believe in global warming and those who do not as well as those who are not really concerned about it, the three groups have one thing in common: All of the people, even the most wealthy, are concerned with reducing the amount of money they spend on energy.
It is truly ironic that air-cooled refrigeration and air conditioning systems perform at their worst when they are needed the most. The same system that produces 95 tons of cooling when the ambient temperature is 85°F, produces just 82 tons of cooling when the temperature is 115°, which is a 14 percent reduction in capacity.