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On the surface of it

It is imperative that the chiller’s evaporator and condenser tube surfaces have the lowest resistance to heat transfer possible to prevent the scenario of chillers operating above their design efficiency

Added: Jun 10, 2021 | By CCME Content Team



Purpose of MoU is collaboration on ultraviolet technology and indoor environmental quality source publications, Society says

Added: May 12, 2021 | By CCME Content Team


Oh no, not my chillers!

Equipment operators and plant owners are in denial or just plain unaware that most chillers are operating above their design efficiency, says Dan Mizesko

Added: May 6, 2021 | By Dan Mizesko


Dunli launches X-Pro axial fans

The fans are designed to feature the latest rear guide vane and three-dimensional impeller, company says

Added: May 3, 2021 | By CCME Content Team


Deciphering the ever-evolving pumps market

Pumps used in cooling towers play an important role in the overall performance of a building’s cooling system. What are the key drivers in this ever-evolving market, and what is its trajectory of growth?

Added: Dec 4, 2018 | By Ranjana Konatt


Evapco opens new office in UAE

Move in line with efforts to provide stronger support to clients across the GCC region, says company representative

Added: Aug 7, 2018 | By Hannah Jo Uy

Staying cool, standing tall

What heats up the cooling tower market? How can owners and operators protect their critical installations?

Added: Mar 17, 2018 | By Benwen Lopez

CTI STD-152? No problem!

PFRP (Pultruded Fibreglass Reinforced Polyester) cooling towers, which conform to CTI STD-137, CTI STD-152 and ASCE 7-05 standards, are destined to be a driving force in the District Cooling industry, says Imran Ali...

Added: Oct 15, 2017 | By CCME Content Team


SPX introduces NC Everest in the Middle East

Company says new product has specifically been designed for the region and is considered the largest single-cell, factory-assembled cooling tower available in the market

Added: May 16, 2017 | By Hannah Jo Uy


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


On the road to 2030

With nearly a year having gone by since Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030 was unveiled, Climate Control Middle East takes a look at what the Kingdom has been doing to ensure that its policies and programmes are aligned with the transformational reforms outlined in the framework, and how the HVACR industry is faring in the resultant economic climate.

Added: Mar 27, 2017 | By CCME Content Team

Foul play

Given that cooling towers play a critical role in process cooling in HVAC applications, it helps to be aware of the pitfalls one could encounter. We collate the most important ones for easy reference…

Added: Jul 28, 2016 | By Pratibha Umashankar

The topless towers of the HVAC kind

Which really has a better market – a water-cooled system or an air-cooled one? How much do regulations affect the industry, vis-à-vis the local manufacturers and end-users? Has the economic downturn influenced preferences of consultants in the cooling tower sector? Mohammed Abdul Hai investigates…

Added: Jul 4, 2016 | By Mohammed Abdul Hai

Clean and green “airospace”

DencoHappel, a Germany-based solution provider of precision climate control, was posed with the challenge of cleanroom replacement and upgrade for a client in the aerospace industry. The company accepted the challenge and delivered, without shutting down production. A reduced energy bill was an added bonus, DH said. We bring you the case study.

Added: Apr 20, 2016 | By CCME Content Team

A winning approach

Can the hospitality industry achieve energy savings without compromising on guest experience? Saying that it’s doable, Denis Sorin and Aamir Riaz of Dur Hospitality share details of how their Saudi Arabia-based company has taken initiatives to meet the twin targets.

Added: Mar 17, 2016 | By Fatima de la Cerna


Pulsed power (Part 2)

Pulsed power (Part 2) - Why this technology for condenser water treatment is being regarded as the future in the context of chilled water systems

Added: Jul 9, 2015 | By Dan Mizesko

Pulsed power

Why this technology for condenser water treatment is being regarded as the future in the context of chilled water systems

Added: Jun 3, 2015 | 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

Why temporary cooling towers in the Middle East?

Arguing that cooling towers are prone to troubles that can throw an entire plant into turmoil, or worse, shut it down altogether, Daniel B Coday lists the benefits of temporary cooling towers and makes a case for them in the region.

Added: Mar 8, 2014 | By CCME Content Team

Keeping it Cool, Clean and Safe

Jerome Sanchez turns to industry players to gather their perspectives and insights on various issues surrounding cooling towers.

Added: Apr 14, 2013 | By CCME Content Team


Exploring cooling tower maintenance and treatment

To elucidate more on the issues relating to the maintenance and treatment of cooling towers, Climate Control Middle East turned to Dan Mizesko, Managing Partner, Al Shirawi US Chiller Services LLC. He spoke extensively about water treatment and how the use of chemicals in maintaining cooling towers may have adverse effect on the environment.

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Cooling towers – making the right selection

Cooling towers have gained in popularity and have become the standard heat rejection method, says Georges Hoeterickx, and gives several pointers to be kept in mind while choosing packaged-type cooling towers.

Added: Nov 17, 2012 | By CCME Content Team


Testing the Waters

B Surendar caught up with Aslan Al-Barazi, Executive Director, IMEC, at The Climate Control Conference, held in Doha in April, for a Q&A session on the comparative merits of air-cooled and water-cooled chillers and on the use of seawater and TSE in cooling towers.

Added: Aug 16, 2012 | By CCME Content Team

Concrete facts about cooling towers

What type of cooling tower is better – FRP or concrete towers? Aslan Barazi weighs comparative merits

Added: Feb 20, 2011 | By CCME Content Team


Cool Solutions To Towering Problems

Aslan Al-Barazi takes a close look at different types of cooling tower separators and filtration equipment to demonstrate how to maximise the efficacy and efficiency of cooling systems.

Added: May 15, 2010 | By CCME Content Team


Cool Towers

Jose Franco writes about the need for manufacturers to modify their heat-removal devices in tune with present and future requirements

Added: Mar 15, 2010 | By CCME Content Team


What You ‘Sea’ Is What You Get!

Antoine Stephan, Director, Hamon CTC – Dubai Branch, with his years of experience in the field of district cooling and cooling towers, talks of the myths that pose challenges to using seawater in the UAE.

Added: Feb 15, 2010 | By CCME Content Team