The key to energy efficiency

Generally refrigeration and air conditioning systems consumes more than 60% of the electricity, and the potential for savings is often 10-40%, with very small investment.

ClimaCheck offers complete solutions for Performance Inspections, analysis and monitoring of cooling, heat pumps and air conditioning equipment.

To reduce energy consumption, a clear picture is needed of how the equipment/system is functioning. Accurate analysis and troubleshooting methods are the foundation for optimising operations and minimising disruption. With the ClimaCheck method it becomes possible to measure the performance of cooling systems in a cost-effective manner.

ClimaCheck is used during the whole life cycle of the equipment – development, field prototype tests, delivery control, inspections, service and troubleshooting. The solution provides objective documentation of the total performance of the equipment, and also shows detailed functionality of all components. This provides you with a sound basis for adjusting and optimising the equipment, for reduced energy consumption and increased reliability of operations.

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Cost Savings Potential at Different Performance Levels

As shown below, any chiller plant that operates continuously above about 1.2 kw/ton (air cooled condenser) or 0.64 kw/ton (water cooled condenser), there is a need for improvement. This usually involves a service representative to evaluate the loading, operating conditions (log sheets), and maintenance service records for revealing the deficiency

References & Resources:

1. Manufacturers; Trane, York, Carrier, McQuay,
2. ASHRAE Journal /
3. Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) ,