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Smardt Chiller, US Chiller Services join forces

Plan to upgrade HVAC energy efficiency in New York and Gulf markets, chiller company official says

| | Feb 13, 2018 | 4:22 pm
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Dubai, UAE, 13 February 2018: Smardt Chiller and US Chiller Services today announced the formation of two new relationships, with service provider contracts executed for New York Tri State area and regional Arabian Gulf markets, in a Press communiqué. Both contracts are effective immediately and give US Chillers priority access to Smardt chiller products and services as well as the CPECS chiller plant energy optimization technology, the communiqué said.

Montreal-based Smardt is a purveyor of oil-free centrifugal chiller technology and has supplied about 7,000 chillers, which are in operation across the globe, the communiqué said. US Chiller Services is a global independent large-tonnage chiller and energy services company with operations throughout the United States and the Arabian Gulf, the communiqué further said.

Speaking about their collaboration, Jared Peters, General Manager, Smardt’s Solutions division, said: “Our joint opportunities are enormous, with US Chiller Services responsible for hundreds of thousands of tons of aging chiller plants and superb HVAC engineering resources in both New York and the Middle East. And when we drive down HVAC energy consumption together across this big base, improved owner profits last throughout the life of the chiller plant.”

Commenting on the partnership, Dan Mizesko, Managing Partner, US Chiller Services, said: “We’re really excited to be working at last with the Smardt technology, products and solutions. This will make a big contribution to our building owners.”

Roger Richmond-Smith, Founder, Turbocor and Chairman, Smardt, added, “This is a new partnership that can be very big for both companies, and together we can drive it a long way.”

 

 


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