Chemical water treatment has always been one of the biggest safety concerns when managing a facility. The reasons are numerous: drums of toxic chlorine, wash stations, emergency contact procedures, and legionella to name a few …
In the HVAC industry, water and energy use are closely related. In fact, we could say that they are interdependent.
Sum up high energy rates in your facility to over-billing by energy companies and you ‘ll see profits drop. Add old equipment in your building and it sounds even worse.
What can you do?
Midwest Machinery has sold and started up A TON of boilers to date.
In the last 10 years, high-efficiency, high turn-down boilers have become the gold standard. Just like a Ferrari, which needs the right fuel, brakes, tires, and equipment precisely tuned to run like a champ – so does your new boiler.
Source: Engineered Systems magazine (esmagazine.com)
You have been thinking about it for a while, but now it’s time to make a decision: do I repair or replace the chiller in my building? Will my chiller last another summer?
Source: Spirotherm (www.spirotherm.com)
Your chiller is a piece of equipment that significantly impacts energy consumption. An efficient and well-maintained chiller can still be responsible for about 25% of your energy costs, and each degree of efficiency that you lose can make your costs grow up to 3%.