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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

Valvue for money

The ‘cost is everything’ mentality continues to plague the valves industry in the region, but manufacturers insist a long-drawn-out strategy of building awareness will turn the tide in favour of quality and reliable performance.

Pulsed power

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

What ails our industry

In this, the second of a six-part series, George Berbari turns his attention to what he describes as the less-than-salubrious state of affairs concerning air-cooled chillers and decorative and ducted-split systems.

A view through the tubes

In Part I of the series on chillers, Dan Mizesko discussed the advantages and disadvantages of enhanced and super-enhanced tubes. In this second part, he looks at their monitoring, maintenance and operational issues.

Unleashing VPF Technology

Centralised air conditioners should ideally provide comfort and energy efficiency. Variable Primary Flow systems coupled with Pressure Independent Balancing and Control Valves deliver on both counts, says Ismail Serhan Ozten of Danfoss, who presents proof to support his assertion.

Chill Out

With temperatures in the Middle East soaring to as high as 54°C during summer months, it doesn’t take rocket science to deduce that air conditioning systems are an absolute necessity in the region. There are certain cases, however, when employing traditional cooling methods makes less economic sense. We have the report.

The compressor market – a paradigm shift

Based on Frost & Sullivan’s research on PD and centrifugal compressors, Virein Kumar Yadlapalli envisages a tilt towards the non-oil and gas segment, which he predicts, will boost the demand for compressors.

The filtration compass

Dr Iyad Al-Attar warns us of the abyss of truth we confront when we deviate from the roadmap for providing clean air and take the fast track to filtration bankruptcy.

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.

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