The Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC) showcased its Vertex evaporative condenser and TrilliumSeries adiabatic condenser at the 2019 IIAR Natural Refrigeration Conference and Expo in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Vertex claims peak reliability combined with easy maintenance. Due to the industrial-grade rigidity of the unit, the upper section can be aligned to the lower section in less than 15 minutes per cell, reducing installation costs by 30%.
The EIA’s (Environmental Investigation Agency) Climate Campaign Lead, Avipsa Mahapatra, said:
“EIA welcomes this next step in a series of domestic actions to prepare the U.S. market for, and build a solid foundation toward, implementing a global phase down of HFCs.”
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are proving to be more controversial than just the global warming they cause when leaked from air conditioning systems.
Here's a roundup of recent articles from the USA, UK and India discussing the controversial chemicals and what governments are doing about reducing HFCs.
Chemicals giant, Chemours, a spin-off from DuPont, issued a statement last week denying a damning research which alleged it is 'a bankruptcy waiting to happen'.
Citron Research, a Wall Street analysis firm, published a report on 2 June 2016 stating that it believes Chemours was 'designed for bankruptcy'. The research firm alleges that the chemical company's legal liabilities and debts are the big problems, which its former owners wanted to shed.