Oct
26
2016

Determining Proper Cooling Tower Size

To maximize cooling tower benefits, the appropriate tower size must be selected Cooling towers are a relatively inexpensive and reliable way of expelling heat from a number of industrial and commercial processes, including nuclear & thermal power plants, petroleum refineries, petrochemical plants, food processing plants, as well as commercial HVAC systems. As the worldwide market for these applications continues to grow, so does the need to address the issue: How large should a cooling tower be to efficiently handle a specific application. “There are a lot of different applications where you certainly don’t want an undersized cooling tower,” said John Flaherty, president of Delta Cooling Towers. Delta manufactures a line of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) engineered plastic tower models. “For example, if an undersized cooling tower is not producing cold enough water to cool the condenser loop of an office building’s HVAC chiller, t […]

Sep
30
2016

We are on Hoiliday from Oct. 1st to 7th !

Dear my friends and visitors, October 1st is our National Day. We will enjoy our National Day holiday from Oct. 1st to 7th and be in office from Oct. 8th.  During the holiday, you can just send us your inquiry to sales@focusun.com. We will reply to you once we come back to work. Thank you for your comprehension! Happy everyday!   Focusun Refrigeration (Shanghai) Corporation is one of the world’s leading and your top address in manufacturing ice machines with over 80 years’ worth of rich and proud history and experience. Focusun manufactures, supplies and markets a comprehensive range of cooling solution products with excellent German technology, reliable quality and premium services. This is why we have gained the confidence of clients and partners by enriching their lifestyles with brilliant innovative ice making technology approved all around the globe.    

Aug
25
2016

Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market to Surge to $61.44 Billion by 2021

The global commercial refrigeration equipment market was valued at $36.63 billion in 2015, and is expected to generate revenue of $61.44 billion by the end of 2021, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of slightly over 9 percent between 2016 and 2021, according to a report from Zion Market Research. The report notes that commercial refrigeration equipment is mainly used for food and beverage storage and merchandising purposes by the food wholesale industry, such as supermarkets, specialty food stores, grocery stores, and convenience stores. It is also used in restaurants and cafeterias. Some of the different types of commercial refrigeration units include reach-in refrigerators and freezers, walk-in refrigerators and freezers, undercounter refrigerators, refrigerated merchandisers, and bar refrigeration. The global commercial refrigeration equipment market is being primarily driven by the rising number of hypermarkets, specia […]

Jun
12
2016

A place in the sun for solar cooling

In April various world-leading experts on solar cooling technology gathered in Australia to give insight on the future of the technology, says Matthew Dillon Held in April at the University of Wollongong, AIRAH’s innovative Solar Heating and Cooling Workshop stoked the interest, ideas and debate surrounding the emerging technology. AIRAH CEO Phil Wilkinson, F.AIRAH said: “This workshop was an extremely valuable opportunity to share experiences among some of the brave and brilliant pioneers of this new world of low-grid-demand mechanical building services technologies. Nothing makes more sense than a technology that converts the rays of the sun directly into cooling. It’s only going to become more important as the planet seeks to lower its emissions. Solar heating and cooling will definitely be part of the solution.” Keynote speaker Dr Stephen White, F.AIRAH, set the context for the day, providing an overview of solar cooling trends, dri […]

Mar
25
2016

Cooling and heating at heart of strategy for Europe’s energy future

The European Commission’s groundbreaking strategy to tackle the vast use of energy in the cooling and heating sector across the continent  The strategy includes plans to boost the energy efficiency of buildings, improve linkages between electricity systems and district heating systems, which aims to greatly increase the use of renewable energy, and encourage reuse of waste heat and cold generated by industry. Long-term, Europe wants to decarbonise its building stock by 2050. It is estimated that industry could reduce its energy consumption by 4 to 5 per cent in 2030 and 8 to 10 per cent in 2050 just by implementing commercially viable and available solutions. The share of renewable energies would reach 30 per cent and breakthrough technologies would help industries to decarbonise while making production processes 30 to 50 per cent less energy intensive. Key to this is a series of mandates for current and future building stock, including […]

Feb
17
2016

EPEE welcomes European heating and cooling strategy

The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment has welcomed  the European Commission’s first ever comprehensive Strategy dedicated to heating and cooling. The European Commission has presented the first strategy to optimise buildings’ and industries’ heating and cooling, a sector accounting for 50% of the EU’s annual energy consumption. Andrea Voigt, Director-General of EPEE, said: ”This Strategy is a welcome boost for our industry,” said Andrea Voigt, Director-General of EPEE. “As heating and cooling forms a major part of Europe’s energy consumption, it makes sense for there to be a strong focus on this sector, and this Strategy is therefore long overdue.” In a statement, EPEE said: ”The Strategy contains many positive elements, such as advocating for a technology-neutral approach, asserting that the consumer should be at the heart of this Strategy, and highlighting the need for attractive financing to properly renovate buildi […]

Jan
19
2016

London construction costs highest in Europe and second highest in the world, says study

London has the highest construction costs in Europe and the second highest in the world, a new study has revealed. According to Construction News, the findings from Arcadis’ annual International Construction Costs Index report show the cost of building in the capital in 2015 was on average 20 per cent higher than in Paris. London was also found to be the second most expensive city for construction in the world, behind only New York among the 44 cities analysed. According to the study, London faced severe market imbalance in construction, with a combination of limited bidding resource and supplier opportunism contributing to cost increases. This led to spiralling cost inflation, threatening the viability of London’s commercial and public sector schemes, according to Arcadis, and challenging its ability to respond to growth opportunities. The study found that rapid rises in labour costs and overheads had made it difficult for contractors […]

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