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When the Electricity Supply Goes Out – Ensuring District Cooling Systems

District Cooling (DC) systems generate chilled water at a central plant and pipe the water to area buildings and the overall district to provide air conditioning. Centrally-located facilities should be custom-designed to adequately meet the specific cooling loads required by the premises served. Since the equipment for District Cooling is in a central location, the […]

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Thermal Energy Storage: ARANER’s Cutting-Edge Technologies in TES

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) technologies are used in buildings and industrial processes as a way of optimizing cooling systems and reducing energy demand. These kinds of technologies are extremely relevant in the medium and long-term for improving the world’s current and future situation in terms of pollution and electrical consumption. Although Thermal Energy Storage is […]

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Industrial Refrigeration: Everything You Always Wanted to Know

From the beginning of industrial refrigeration, when in the nineteenth century the first systems were developed for applications related to the food industry, until today, where the applications are increasingly diverse (District Cooling, Electricity Production, and Data Centers, amongst others), a common interest has always been maintained: supply the necessary cooling capacity in the most […]

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Electrical Safety Regulations for Chilling Plant with R717

One of the most widespread refrigerants used in the field of industrial cooling is R717 (Ammonia). The selection of the refrigerant is based on process parameters such as cooling temperature requirement, condensing pressure, plant nature, location, efficiency, etc… or simply due to availability. Using R717 may involve several advantages compared to other refrigerants but it […]

Select, Size & Design TES Systems for District Cooling Plants

Whether we realize it or not, we are in the middle of an energy crisis. After decades of unprecedented development in all corners of the globe, the energy demand has become extremely high, being the economic development and the constant population growth in big cities its main drivers. When we consider the consequent rapid increase […]

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