Carrier’s newly expanded AquaEdge 19XR centrifugal chiller line is now commercially available up to 3,000 tons. The line, which was introduced in early 2014 to serve large buildings and process applications, is now available from 800 to 3,000 tons.
Carrier was recently provided with a $5.1 million Qualifying Advanced Energy Project tax credit to expand production at its Indianapolis facility to meet the demand for its high-efficiency gas furnace line.
Carrier introduced the latest release of its i-Vu® web-based BACnet® building automation system, which now offers full support for both Carrier Comfort Network® (CCN) and Carrier i-Vu Open (BACnet) systems.
A few circumstances in a data center make it ripe for a CHP design to boost efficiency. Let’s get into the options within both relevant chiller types, why payback may be shorter than expected, and the assorted potential benefits from lower costs to higher reliability. Some tips from an array of manufacturers’ reps round out this useful investigation.