Carrier Commercial NA is pleased to announce that two of its most innovative new products have been selected as winners in Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine’s 2019 “Product of the Year” program. The magazine bills itself as the industry’s premier construction engineering resource for commercial building systems.
The AquaEdge® 19DV Water-Cooled Centrifugal Chiller won the Gold award in the Chillers category with its unique EquiDrive™ Two-Stage back-to-back compressor and a host of other innovative features that together offer incredible versatility with a full-system approach to efficient cooling and heating.
The Weather Series Rooftop Units® with EcoBlue™ Technology won the Silver award in the HVAC/R category with its innovative vane axial indoor fan that replaces traditional belt drive fans with a simpler, more compact design (an industry first for this type of equipment). Other innovations include a new outdoor fan system, unit coil design, control board and tool-less filter access door.
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Northwell Health®’s Huntington Hospital will save 10% on energy costs annually, about $240,000, and earn more than $200,000 in additional energy rebates from Public Service Energy Group due to the installation of a Carrier® 30XV air-cooled chiller system. The upgraded chiller system provides increased efficiency and reliable climate control for the exacting needs of critical hospital environments, including 12 operating rooms.
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The Department of Energy’s Better Building Alliance has acknowledged California’s Fontana Unified School District for saving $210,000 in energy costs and improving classroom environments thanks to the installation of 200+ Carrier upgraded rooftop systems at four different schools included in the district’s 45 sites. The energy cost savings are expected to double when another 200 rooftop systems are installed next summer
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