10 Benefits of Magnetic-Bearing Compressor Chillers
The use of oil-free compressors with non-contact magnetic levitation bearings results in higher efficiencies, less complexity, minimal noise & vibration and reduced maintenance.
Eco-friendly refrigerants considerably reduce the direct emissions and thus the CO2 footprint of chillers and heat pumps. Furthermore, indirect emissions are also reduced if highly efficient oil-free turbo compressors are used.
12 Reasons to Upgrade to Siemens Desigo CC
Siemens Desigo CC provides the technology backbone for your smart building infrastructure, by providing an open, powerful and up-to-date platform to increase comfort, efficiency and safety.
SAUTER Blockchain Technology for Building Automation
An advanced procedure for the SAUTER blockchain allows the distribution of digital twins randomly among the existing stations. SAUTER has thus achieved a unique security level for the important system integrity requirement stipulated by IEC 62443.
SAUTER Vision Center 6.3 – Available Worldwide
The latest version of SAUTER’s building management system, SAUTER Vision Center version 6.3, opens up new possibilities for energy and building management. It fulfils increasing user requirements as well as higher operational security demands.
The new QUANTUM Air-Cooled Chiller from Engie Refrigeration
The new QUANTUM Air can be operated with the three refrigerants R-134a, R-513A and R-1234ze, and the refrigerant filling quantity itself has been reduced by around 10% contributing towards environmental protection in line with the F-gas Regulation.
CO2 High Temperature Heat Pumps – Simultaneous heating and cooling
CO2 Heat Pumps work exclusively with eco-friendly refrigerant CO2 (R-744). These high-temperature heat pumps can provide hot water temperatures up to 110°C while simultaneously providing cooling down to -5°C.
Heat Pumps: A Look Backwards and Forward
To talk about heat pumps it is essential to start from the beginning, i.e. to discuss heat itself. Today the notion of heat is so commonplace that the term is used in a number of senses without much distinction being made among them.