Heat Reclaim Chillers


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Heat Reclaim Chillers Selection Guide Model Chiller Type Nominal Cooling Capacity, Tons* Nominal Heat Capacity, MBH*/** Condensing Type * Hot water from 115° F to 130° F. Chilled water 44° F / 54° F ** 1MBH = 1,000 BTU/hr Applications There are many different types of heat recovery applications, including: • Hotels • Hospitals • Casinos • Universities • Manufacturing Plants • Office Buildings Standard condensing temperatures (up to 115° F water produced) are ideal for many applications, including: VAV reheat, radiant floor heating, pool heating, and pre-heating domestic water). Elevated condensing temperatures (up to 140° F water produced) can produce point of use water for domestic applications (with an appropriate intermediate heat exchanger), laundry and various process applications. The Future of the World Depends on Our Ability… to Sustain it. As the world’s largest provider of heating, cooling and refrigeration systems, we believe that market leadership requires environmental leadership. Carrier sets industry standards for environmentally sound business practices and a commitment to sustainability across its products, services and operations. We demonstrate this commitment by creating environmentally responsible solutions that consume less energy and incorporate innovations that improve the world – indoors and out. A Legacy of Training Willis H. Carrier began training members of the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration industry in 1905. Carrier continues to promote technical expertise in the industry with the expansion of its sustainable solutions curriculum and has recently been named a U.S. Green Building Council Education Provider (USGBC EP). To earn this status, Carrier’s course materials were reviewed by a panel of USBGC peers and deemed to provide the high level of quality required for training Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) professionals. The courses and workshops supporting LEED-Accredited Professional and Green Associates credential maintenance are administered through Carrier University. 1-800-CARRIER www.carrier.com © Carrier Corporation 2013 Cat. no. 04-811-50018 Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs, without notice and without incurring obligations.

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Capturing Heat for Useful Energy Savings Chillers with Heat Reclaim Buildings are responsible for 40 percent of the total energy consumption. Of the energy consumed in commercial buildings, 43 percent is used for space and water heating. If a more efficient means of providing heat could be implemented it would represent a tremendous opportunity to reduce energy consumption in buildings and thus reduce total energy consumption. There is a more efficient means of generating hot water through the application of chiller systems with heat reclaim capabilities. Carrier chillers with heat reclaim...

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