HVAC chilled water coils are the backbone of many commercial and industrial HVAC operations, keeping temperature levels within optimal ranges and allowing daily business functions to continue unimpeded.
With businesses across the U.S. struggling to keep a lid on rising energy costs, the winter cold that had blanketed many regions has exacerbated the issue even more.
The reason companies are in the market for new HVAC coils is because they provide real-world solutions to longstanding problems.
Commercial refrigeration is the backbone of the larger food industry, which is responsible for supplying enough quality food to billions of people every day around the world.
HVAC failures are a primary reason for excessive energy costs, which can hurt a company’s ability to keep products at a proper temperature while also draining revenues from budgets.
Perhaps the largest issue facing businesses is reconciling future goals with current demands.
In lieu of recent green energy initiatives over the past two decades, much emphasis has been placed on climate controls and global air quality.
A new initiative from the U.S. Department of Energy hopes to improve energy savings in the commercial building sector by 20 percent in the next five years.
Commercial refrigeration is a vital resource for the food storage industry that must house, package, ship and sell food products to businesses and consumers every day.
HVAC systems in commercial buildings account for 40 percent of worldwide energy consumption, according to Navigant Research.