Components play a fundamental role in improving the energy efficiency of cooling systems. Investment in quality components can help significantly reduce energy consumption and prolong the life of equipment.
Additional efficiency improvements can be gained by taking a holistic approach, given that the cooling load often varies according to environmental and other conditions.
The compressor removes heat through the evaporator and is the most energy-consuming element.
Ejectors are designed to improve the efficiency of carbon dioxide HVACR systems in warmer climates.
Heat exchangers offer a variety of ways to maximise energy efficiency. Thinner, steel tubes improve efficiency and enable reduced refrigerant charges and lower material costs.
Electronic controllers process information from all units or the system as a whole (temperature, pressure, power consumption, occupancy, etc.) to ensure optimum control by managing activation or operation of the various components.