Chiller repair or replacement: What is the best option for your building?

Posted on February 13, 2018 by Brian Gomski - blog, chillers, efficiency, energy savings

Source: Engineered Systems magazine (esmagazine.com)

You have been thinking about it for a while, but now it’s time to make a decision: do I repair or replace the chiller in my building? Will my chiller last another summer?

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Cash In on Reinstated Heat Pump Tax Deductions!

Posted on February 12, 2018 by Ryan Green - News, tax deductions, heat pumps

On February 9th the U.S. geothermal heat pump industry finally received the news it had been waiting for since a eleventh-hour decision left them hanging back in 2016.

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Disneyland and Legionella?

Posted on February 9, 2018 by Brian Gomski - blog, legionella, water treatment

According to CNN, Increased cases of legionella were found in the region around Disneyland and local businesses were tipped off by the center for health. Disney did a fantastic job of answering the call and completing advanced bacteria testing...

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Midwest Machinery General Manager Nolan Chance Wins the Annual SPX Marley Ed Seniza Award in Chicago

From left: Ryan Miller (SPX), Nolan Chance, Doug Bougher (SPX) and Graham Glander (SPX) at the 2018 SPX Rep Breakfast in Chicago.

The 2018 AHR Expo event in Chicago always brings surprises to all its attendees, such as new products, trends, and...

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How Dirt and Air Separators Can Improve Chiller Efficiency in Your Building and Reduce Maintenance Costs

Source: Spirotherm (www.spirotherm.com)

Your chiller is a piece of equipment that significantly impacts energy consumption. An efficient and well-maintained chiller can still be responsible for about 25% of your energy costs, and each degree of...

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