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Do you need a District Cooling with Superpowers?

According to the last report from the United Nations, more than 54 % of the world's population is now living in cities. Many highly urbanized areas are dealing with the idea of making more with [...]

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An In-Depth Look at Each Component of the Industrial Refrigeration Cycle

The refrigeration cycle removes unwanted heat from one place and discharges that heat in another area. The process is accomplished, in short, by the pumping of refrigerant through a closed [...]

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Maintenance of Industrial Refrigeration Systems for Best Performance

Maintenance of large-scale industrial refrigeration units is arguably at the top of the list when it comes to the reliability, performance, and efficiency of the equipment.  Preventative [...]

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The Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle, Step By Step

The Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle is nearly 200 years old, but it does not seem ready to leave the scene any time soon. While some people have viewed this method as environmentally [...]

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The Capital Importance of Condensing Units in District Cooling Systems

Have you ever imagined that there was a time when district cooling systems did not exist? It is even harder to imagine how life would be without this technology. Industry and developments would [...]

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Difference Between Air Cooled and Water Cooled Chiller System

Many regions in the world are grappling with water scarcity. Numerous efforts to desalinate and trade in water are evidence of the magnitude of the problem. The World Bank puts the number of [...]

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What if District Cooling Had Superpowers?

According to the last report from the United Nations, more than 54 % of the world's population is now living in cities. Many highly urbanized areas are dealing with the idea of making more with [...]

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How do absorption chillers work?

The original design of an absorption chiller is credited to the likes of Ferdinand Carré, Carl Munters and Baltzar Von Platen, renowned scientists who did their works between the 1850s and 1920s. [...]

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Different heat rejection condensing technologies

Any process that does work or uses energy produces heat, according to thermodynamics principles. We know that many systems release heat to the environment during their operations. This includes [...]

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District Cooling System: why is Direct Condensation Better?

In this era of limited resources, energy efficiency and environmental conservation are critical steps for district cooling systems. Consider the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the tallest building in the [...]