Cooling

A new whitepaper by Carel’s HVACR technical knowledge specialist, Miriam Solana, brings together years of research into natural refrigerants.

The new platform is 10 per cent more energy efficient than previous models and has the lowest noise levels.

Calculations are based on the specific rack, the technology and surrounding climate.

The addition of R-455A expands Daikin’s line-up of low GWP refrigerants to replace legacy refrigerant R-404A.

There has been a surge in the number of data centres due to high computational requirements by AI and media applications.

The natural refrigerants Drivosol R600 (n-butane) and Drivosol R600a (isobutane) are characterised by better operating performance with lower refrigerant charge.

This 18kW option will include a narrow 480mm outdoor unit and lightweight (69kg) indoor unit.

VSBLTY will integrate its software technology with Imbera’s diverse portfolio of self-contained, turnkey refrigerated coolers/freezers.

NSW Health said businesses reopening office space should ensure their cooling tower servicing regimen is up to date.

BITZER has decades of experience in the production of components suitable for ammonia.

In the age of COVID-19 consumers prioritise food safety and hygiene over lower prices.

The nature of evaporative cooling perfectly suits the requirements of a data centre’s climatic operating window.

R515B is a non-flammable A1 alternative with a GWP of 293.

It is aimed at remotely managed packaged HVAC and standalone building services systems as well as cool stores and swimming pools.

The µChiller Process controller combines traditional design with high efficiency connectivity.

The fan system features permanent magnet, direct-drive technology.