The Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) will showcase commercial and industrial refrigeration solutions at a conferences hosted by the Refrigerating Engineers and Technicians Association (RETA).

To be held this week at the Schaumburg Convention Centre Hotel, Schaumburg, the showcase will feature the company’s Vertex Evaporative Condenser, and the TrilliumSeries Adiabatic product range.

BAC said the showcase combined the best of evaporative and dry cooling which can optimize energy and water savings.

BAC strategic accounts manager Dave Anderson said the Vertex Evaporative Condenser offers maximum uptime with easy and safe accessibility.

“It also has the lowest total cost of ownership with the lowest installation, maintenance, and operating costs,” he said.

“Installation costs are reduced by 30 per cent, in part by aligning the upper section to the lower section in less than 15 minutes per cell, due to the industrial-grade rigidity of the unit.

“Water volume is reduced by up to 30 per cent, saving on water and chemical costs.”

By combining evaporative and dry cooling, Anderson said the TrilliumSeries Adiabatic Products can reduce peak and annual energy use by 44 per cent versus traditional air-cooled products.

He said water use is reduced by 90 per cent.

“Users can also save on refrigerant charge with coil volumes reduced up to 90 per cent compared to traditional equipment,” Anderson said.

He said CO2, ammonia, and fluid cooler models are available.

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