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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

‘We are using 3D printing to test our heat exchangers’

Vikrant C Aute, Associate Research Scientist, Center for Environmental Energy Engineering (CEEE), University of Maryland, speaks on a US Government- funded research that led to 3D-printed titanium heat exchangers, the feasibility of hybrid manufacturing approaches and bottlenecks that prevent manufacturers from implementing more efficient designs. Excerpts from the interview with Hannah Jo Uy...

Added: Mar 17, 2018 | By CCME Content Team

Restoring the through-value

mycon and Kipp Umwelttechnik join forces to restore the health of external heat exchangers at Vienna International Airport

Added: Jul 20, 2017 | 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 paradigm shift to ‘light and might’

Remember the shift from large and heavy desktop computers to flexible laptops? In the span of a few years, technological advances allowed people to achieve the same – or more advanced – work with the substantially smaller laptop. The advantages are obvious: laptops are more compact, offer the same high performance, are lighter and easier to handle and maintain. What if the same thing has just happened within the field of heat exchangers for District Cooling?

Added: Feb 2, 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


Continuing with the theme of Non-Destructive Testing for proper maintenance of chillers and chilled water plants’ ancillary equipment for the HVAC sector, vis-à-vis predictive maintenance technology, Dan Mizesko discusses eddy current testing in the fourth part of the series.

Added: Jun 23, 2016 | By Dan Mizesko


‘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

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