White Paper - 3 Steps to Achieving High-Efficiency Chiller Performance

New advancements and innovations make it possible for today’s chiller technology to save companies as much as 60 percent on energy costs.

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Introduction

In today’s hyper-competitive market, manufacturers are constantly searching for innovative processes and new technologies that help minimize production costs to remain competitive and strengthen the bottom line. With low unemployment and rising labor costs, reducing energy expenditures is one area that can have a significant impact on the bottom line.

But it’s not just about the bottom line either. Every company today is under pressure to join the corporate social responsibility (CSR) bandwagon and take measures to reduce energy use to help spare natural resources and reduce their environmental footprint. In recent years we have seen many improvements in both the production and sustainability fronts, with substantial energy efficiency gains in primary processing equipment, plant lighting, and auxiliary machinery.

For process cooling needs, many industrial operations use central chilled water systems. While there have been some improvements in energy efficiency, most manufacturers still work on the age-old principle of fixed-head condensing.

Surprisingly, many industries are unaware of new and pioneering advancements in cooling that can save individual operations as much as 60 percent in energy costs, while also helping companies establish a positive CSR reputation for going “green.” Known as low-condensing or floating-head technology, these high-efficiency, cutting-edge chiller systems have undergone three progressive steps that make it possible to achieve unmatched efficiency in cooling processes.

 

 

 

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