Company seeks to become a large-scale, long-term market participant
March 5, 2019
A-Gas, a company involved in the supply and lifecycle management of refrigerants, clean agent fire suppression, and performance chemical blowing agents, recently announced that it is expanding into Canada. A-Gas also recently announced that it has acquired Singapore-based refrigerant company, VEMAC Services.
CE uses Carrier chillers and controls to maximize brewing operations
February 6, 2017
In late 2015, Two Roads Brewing Co. in Stratford, Connecticut, was looking to expand its fast-growing brewery and needed the expertise of an HVACR manufacturer to assist them. Phil Markowski, master brewer, and Mike Wight, director of operations, contacted a local HVAC contractor who put them in touch with Gregg Mello in the Carrier Enterprise (CE) Connecticut office.
Executive teams of the two companies will remain intact
January 19, 2017
Multistack LLC, a privately held Sparta, Wisconsin-based manufacturer of chiller systems and heat pumps, has acquired Desert Aire Corp., a Germantown, Wisconsin-based manufacturer of commercial and industrial humidity and climate control systems.
HVAC chiller manufacturers are offering a range of products in multiple configurations that use new refrigerants, consume less energy, communicate more effectively, can be serviced more easily, and may be designed to fit a wide range of applications.
Performing regular maintenance on chillers ensures they will operate as efficiently, and for as long, as possible. And while maintenance plans and practices can vary from region to region, manufacturer to manufacturer, and even client to client, HVACR contractors agree that minimal maintenance is better than no maintenance.
After closing, it will then acquire 100 percent of the business
August 27, 2015
Mitsubishi Electric Corp. has entered into an agreement to purchase from De’Longhi Industrial S.A. shares representing approximately 74.97 percent of the share capital of DeLclima S.p.A., an Italian company in the commercial air conditioning products business.
Software Module Accurately Predicts Free Cooling Availability for Chiller Systems
June 24, 2014
Optimum Energy, a provider of HVAC energy optimization for enterprise facilities, has introduced its Predictive Free Cooling software module, which is an add-on to its OptiCx Platform. The software eliminates guesswork for building operators who want to use free cooling.to reduce overall energy consumption in chiller systems.