Cooling

Marine operation requires refrigeration to function under tough conditions at sea.

The filters also keep the air fresh by deodorising the molecules that accumulate in the system and cause odour.

The new data centre will save up to 40 per cent in electricity costs.

The single level data centre is situated on 30 hectares and will open in early 2018.

The new unit brings the application of magnetic levitation technology in the refrigeration sector to an entirely new level.

In addition to outstanding energy efficiency, the range offers excellent airflow and performance due to a seven speed direct current (DC) inverter fan motor, DC outdoor motor and DC compressor.

The exhibition also features thermolinePlus plate exchangers which offer outstanding efficiency in high pressure applications with natural refrigerants.

The plates are ideal for applications with only a slight logarithmic temperature difference and, in turn, a higher NTU value.

Clogged coils cannot effectively throw off heat since the dust/debris forms an undesired insulation layer.

The underlying relationship between temperature and humidity is a key consideration for data centre operators in terms of infrastructure risk management.

The standard establishes minimum energy efficiency requirements.

Chillers consume more energy than other products and are expected to only experience moderate growth over the forecast period.

ebm-papst has developed a new series of EC centrifugal blowers in the size range from 160 to 250mm.

The cooling contract will see the purchase of chilling energy requirements for a 15-year period and is due to be implemented in 2018.

By the end of 2016, Baker Refrigeration will have completed a total of 10 transcritical CO2 installations in Australia.