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Baltimore Aircoil Company has launched the new Series 1500 Cooling Tower. The company says its Series 1500 Cooling Tower is one of the most serviceable units without compromising performance and fit. The cooling tower has capacity increases of up to 13%, new configurations almost doubling the tonnage range, reduced sound solutions, 26% reduction in annual maintenance costs, and reliable year-round operation.
Johnson Controls introduced its Coleman® Outfitter™ Ultra High Efficiency Packaged Unit. The company says the unit delivers the highest AHRI-listed efficiencies in the industry — up to 18.1 SEER and 14.35 EER — due to the combination of the unit’s two-stage compressor, variable-frequency drive, high-efficiency indoor/outdoor coil, and premium-efficiency indoor/outdoor motor. A common footprint allows for easy installation on a curb, slab, roof rack, or frame.
Watts Radiant’s SmartTrac is a non-structural, modular panel system, designed to simplify radiant heating and cooling installations in subfloor, wall, and ceiling applications.
Mitsubishi Electric says it has made significant enhancements to its Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning R2-Series and Y-Series cooling and heating systems. Leading efficiencies, a smaller footprint, and improved heating startup make these outdoor units ideal for commercial applications, according to the company.
The new PACSlim-5 heat pump from Atlas Sales & Rentals delivers 57,100 Btu/h cooling capacity and 55,700 Btu/h heating capacity. It is less than 30-in wide, allowing it to roll into narrow spaces.
Berlin-based InvenSor GmbH says it is advancing the global distribution of its adsorption chillers in the range of up to 200 kW. Made in Germany, the company develops patented environmentally-friendly technology based on a physical process called adsorption to create cooling from heat without using electrical energy.
Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems has released its Legacy Line Energy Recovery Ventilator, which the company says provides application flexibility through direct mounting to furnaces or ductwork without requiring a separate wall control.
Mitsubishi Electric claims that its advanced line of energy recovery ventilators help to meet the growing demand for improved indoor air quality in buildings while also helping satisfy requirements of ASHRAE standards 62 and 90.1.
Baltimore Aircoil Co., has unveiled its new and improved series 3000 Cooling Towers. The company says the towers have capacity increases of up to 16%, expanded selection flexibility, and reliable year-round operation.
The LLZ Danfoss scrolls are designed as an efficient solution for the cold chain. They extend the existing MLZ range for medium temperature applications.