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Turbocor Chillers Come of Age

When Turbocor compressor chillers were launched a few years ago, they were very well received, as they offer pharmaceutical companies a highly efficient chiller that can significantly cut both carbon emissions and fuel costs. Their introduction was timely, with pharmaceutical companies having to weigh up their air conditioning choices with increasing pressure from rising energy prices as well as EU regulations, including the F-Gas Regulation, and a raft of building legislation introduced by the Government to reduce carbon output, in line with Kyoto targets.

However, these Turbocor compressors were a huge technological leap, so it was not surprising that the technology took time to overcome teething problems as the industry familiarised itself with the product. Turbocor compressors brought huge efficiency savings, but the innovative design was so dramatically different from previous compressors that it took time to produce the optimum relationship between chiller and compressor. However, this refining process has now resulted in proven chiller technology that offers all the efficiencies that the prototype compressor promised, therefore providing pharmaceutical companies with a reliable and highly efficient air conditioning solution for comfort cooling in manufacturing, clean room and office applications.

ADVANTAGES OF THE NEW CHILLERS

So why should pharmaceutical companies opt for Turbocor technology? For the pharmaceutical sector, having a Turbocor compressor at the heart of a chiller means a company can depend on its simple design, which incorporates just one moving part, to increase the reliability of the equipment and help avoid unscheduled system outages.

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Steve Warnock is Managing Director of the specialist industrial water chiller and cooling systems Coolmation Group. He has over 35 years of experience in the mechanical and engineering industry, beginning his career with the Army and Navy where he spent 15 years. On leaving the Armed Forces, Steve progressed up to Senior Operating Director in a service to business operation, Norland Managed Services. He joined Coolmation in 2006 as Group Managing Director.
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