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The bane of district cooling

How long should we have to live with the migraine that the Low ΔT Syndrome has come to represent, ask Philips Tharakan and Mohammed Faiz, adding that the answer may lie in deploying Intelligent ΔT Management Systems

Added: Jan 5, 2021 | By CCME Content Team


Systemair in Hygienic Air Handling Unit initiative

Says it has become first major manufacturer to offer Eurovent-certified performance for the units; adds the certification combines requirements of multiple hygienic standards in a single programme with an easy 1-3 star rating, depending on the hygienic demands

Added: Dec 10, 2020 | By CCME Content Team


The low-down on low Delta-T syndrome

Highlighting that it is everyone’s responsibility from design to construction to commissioning and, finally, the O&M and service people to maintain the conceptual vision, Dan Mizesko delves into the problem of low Delta-T syndrome and discusses its causes and cure. In this issue, we carry Part I

Added: Mar 20, 2017 | By Dan Mizesko

‘The plan is to have all MoH hospitals JCI-certified by 2020’

Imran Ahmed, Senior Mechanical Engineer of the Engineering and Maintenance Department at Al Qassimi Hospital, talks about the different projects in progress at the Sharjah-based facility run by the UAE Ministry of Health & Prevention, as it prepares to apply for JCI accreditation.

Added: Nov 27, 2016 | By Fatima de la Cerna


‘It’s about splitting the sensible heat and the latent heat completely differently’

Canada-headquartered TORO WATT has a vast range of air conditioning products that, it says, would appeal to the building retrofit market in the GCC region. Tiger Aster, the company’s CEO and Masood Raza, General Manager of Jumbo Engineering, which is distributing TORO WATT products in the GCC region, in conversation with Climate Control Middle East…

Added: Apr 26, 2016 | By CCME Content Team

Is the Kingdom going through a rough patch?

With Saudi Arabia declaring a record USD 98 billion budget deficit for 2015 and preparing to lift subsidies from petrol, electricity, water, diesel and kerosene, it is now no secret that the Kingdom is facing severe headwinds due to the drop in oil prices. Against this backdrop, Rajiv Pillai explores the HVAC opportunities that exist in the ‘new normal’ and how the sector is bracing itself to weather the storm.

Added: Feb 15, 2016 | By Rajiv Pillai

Designing for children in isolation units

Joshua Theodore is a Principal at Page Southerland Page, a full-service design organisation headquartered in Washington, DC. In conversation with Fatima de la Cerna of Climate Control Middle East, he talks about the special isolation unit project his firm worked on for Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus.

Added: Nov 15, 2015 | By Fatima de la Cerna


What ails our industry – Part IV

In this, the fourth of a six-part series, George Berbari focuses on the air side of things, highlighting the typical design and manufacturing mistakes related to FCUs and AHUs, and how they are impacting energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality (IEQ) in the GCC region

Added: Jul 9, 2015 | By CCME Content Team


Not in my back yard!

Focusing his attention on the much-neglected issue of emission by kitchen exhausts, Dr Iyad Al-Attar discusses why air filtration considerations should be included in the decision-making process in this area.

Added: Feb 6, 2014 | By Dr Iyad Al-Attar


The Baidas Touch

Climate Control Middle East visits the newly opened Gulf Airconditioning Manufacturing Industries (GAMI) factory, which produces FCUs, AHUs and chillers. Story: Vikas Roy | With inputs from B Surendar

Added: Nov 30, 2011 | By CCME Content Team


IMEC in AHU Foray

Company looks forward to a fruitful alliance with Italian partner

Added: Apr 15, 2010 | By CCME Content Team