What is a Commercial Chiller?
Commercial Chillers are systems that produce chilled water to satisfy a building’s cooling needs. These systems, more commonly found in large HVAC installations, use a common refrigeration cycle to technology to remove heat from water. Studies show that in a typical office building, chillers consume more electricity than any other single energy-consuming device. Commercial buildings in the U.S. consume 39% of America’s energy and 68% of its electricity. They are responsible for 38% of the carbon emissions found in the air.
Whether you wish to improve the efficiency of your existing commercial chiller systems or are considering upgrading to a new commercial cooling solution, a performance assessment will identify the potential steps to be taken in order to economically provide a comfortable, healthy, and productive work environment.