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Temperature Control Technology: Best Practices In Power Plants

You recognize that all types of power plants (gas based, coal-fired or oil) prioritize temperature control for operational reliability. It is also true that industries have different requirements and specifications regarding temperature control for their environments or products. ARANER deals with a wide range of industries, most of which need constant regulation of temperature conditions. […]

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Key Technology to Reduce Carbon Footprint in Industrial Sector

It is safe to say that more people are concerned about a cleaner environment than a few decades ago. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a report in 2015 that demonstrated Greenhouse Gases Emission sources. Many industry players were hugely concerned to note that electricity production does the most damage, accounting for 29% of emissions.

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Best Data Center Cooling System: Solution for the Next Online Revolution

Facebook data centers are located in the Arctic region. Microsoft has an underwater data center. These are not the only data centers dotting the globe in very interesting locations as the online revolution continues to take shape. A common factor about these installations is that they are after cold climates that offer reliable and cost-effective cooling systems. In the Arctic region, the climate is so cold that a data center could simply rely on cold water or air for cooling. While these solutions are popular, the main concern remains on what the future of the best data center cooling systems looks like, especially for facilities in warmer climates.

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How Thermal Units Can Reduce Energy Consumption in Pharmaceutics

Approximately $1 billion worth of energy goes into the US pharmaceutical industry every year. This monstrous energy consumption has a direct impact on product quality and consequently profitability in the business. Major pharmaceutical companies are particularly under immense pressure to reduce production costs while maintaining a sustainable level of product quality.