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Good intentions, bad results

Improperly implementing energy-saving projects on centrifugal chillers can cause potential damage

Added: Aug 16, 2018 | By Dan Mizesko

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District Cooling in the air in Jordan

The Abdali area in Jordan’s capital, Amman, needed cooling and heating solutions customised to suit the ambience of the upmarket hub, while working within the constraints of the country’s climatic conditions and water scarcity. Araner proposed a design based on air-cooled chillers with zero water consumption. We bring you the case study…

Added: Apr 18, 2017 | By CCME Content Team

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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

CCHP – a backward glance and a forward gaze

Taking stock of the progress CCHP and decentralised power generation have made in the GCC region, George Berbari stresses that it can help governments achieve their energy-saving and sustainability goals.

Added: Jul 13, 2016 | By CCME Content Team

Overcoming turbulences

Pointing out that turbulent water flow disrupts an accurate reading of the volume of water used, Dan Mizesko alerts us to the fragmentation technology, which he says can help reduce end-users’ water bills.

Added: Jan 3, 2016 | By Dan Mizesko

Take 15

Dan Mizesko gives a ready reckoner for best practices to be followed for optimal utility of chilled water plants.

Added: Feb 10, 2015 | By Dan Mizesko