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  • Sorption chillers

    Sorption chiller technology is rapidly developing, especially that using solar energy. - As highlighted by Jacob and Kohlenbach* during the latest IIR Gustav Lorentzen Conference on Natural Working Fluids in Sydney, in Europe, numerous new...

    • Publication date : 2011/02/07
  • Markets: Chillers

    According to a recent market report by BSRIA, an estimated 200 400 units of chillers were shipped worldwide in 2004. The estimated number of centrifugal chillers was 8500 with the USA at the centre of production (3500 units equal to 41% of the...

    • Publication date : 2006/01/28
  • Non-CFC chillers

    According to the 2005 annual survey carried out by the Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) on chiller manufacturers, the replacement and conversion of CFC chillers, as specified by the Montreal Protocol in 1995 is proving to be...

    • Publication date : 2005/07/19
  • Oil-free chillers

    At the beginning of 2005, Climavenata will launch its new range of liquid chillers: the "Turbo Efficiency Climaveneta System" (Tecs), which is an oil-free chiller. The range is fitted with Danfoss-Turbocor R-134a centrifugal compressors :...

    • Publication date : 2005/02/10
  • Chillers: efficiency takes off

    Chillers are key refrigerating systems since, according to the Department of Energy, in the US, they account for about 13% of the power consumed by the nation's buildings and 9% of the overall demand for electric power. Examples below illustrate...

    • Publication date : 2008/10/25
  • UK: Waitrose installs HFO chillers in store

    Waitrose, the English supermarket chain, is testing chillers using HFO-1234ze refrigerant at its supermarket in Bromley, near London, UK.

    • Publication date : 2012/02/17
  • Africa: a project to replace CFC chillers in Africa

    A new UN Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and French Global Environment Facility (FFEM) joint project aims at replacing chillers in several African countries. A survey conducted in Cameroon, Egypt, Namibia, Senegal and Sudan, identified...

    • Publication date : 2009/12/09
  • Data centre near London upgrades with Turbomiser chillers

    The site’s power usage ratio has dropped by 24%

    • Publication date : 2012/09/05
  • Centrifugal chillers: new developments

    New developments regarding centrifugal chillers include the world’s first production-scale chiller using water as a refrigerant and the world’s first photovoltaic direct driven inverter centrifugal chiller.

    • Publication date : 2015/03/25
  • Global scroll and absorption chillers market perspectives

    According to a new report from MarketsandMarkets, the global scroll & absorption chillers market is expected to grow from USD 5.61 Billion in 2015 to USD 7.13 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 4.1% between 2016 and 2022.

    • Publication date : 2016/09/05
  • Global market for absorption chillers

    Global market for absorption chillers is projected to reach USD 983 million by 2020.

    • Publication date : 2015/03/19
  • Launch of the first R1234ze free-cooling chillers

    The “first to market” TurboChill free cooling chillers using low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant R1234ze are going to be launched.

    • Publication date : 2013/12/18
  • The Bank of England overhauls chillers

    A new cooling system at the Bank of England building, in the City of London, has saved an estimated 48% on cooling energy, which translates to €190,000 a year.

    • Publication date : 2016/05/24
  • Use of chillers in cannabis greenhouses

    The legalisation of medical cannabis in several states in the US involves the development of new techniques to manage temperatures while reducing production costs.

    • Publication date : 2020/02/06
  • US: R134a, R410A and R407C could be banned in chillers from 2025

    AHRI and NRDC issue joint letter supporting EPA SNAP proposal to prohibit R134a, R410A and R407C in new chillers from 2025.

    • Publication date : 2016/04/06
    • Subjects: HFCs alternatives
  • Nanorefrigerants

    Nanorefrigerants are created by adding nanoparticles in suspension to a base refrigerant. They have a thermal conductivity that is 15% to 104% higher than that of the corresponding...

    • Last update : 2022/06/17
    • Langues : English, French
    • Themes : Nanofluids