340 On The Park was looking to reduce their rising costs of chilled water from the local utility by installing and operating their own chiller plant on the top floor of the building. They hired consultant Cyclone Energy Group to provide design, cost analysis, feasibility, and energy modeling services. TEC worked closely with Cyclone Energy to provide the owner with several options:
- Option #1: Carrier Air Cooled Scroll Chillers
- Option #2: Carrier 19XRV Centrifugal Water Cooled Chillers And Tower Tech Cooling Towers
- Option #3: Carrier 23XRV Ultra High Efficient Water Cooled Screw Chillers in Series – Counter flow Arrangement and Tower Tech Cooling Towers
The Condo Board selected Option #3 which provides the most efficient design, largest utility rebate, and quickest return on investment. Click here and watch a video of the unique lifting operation.
The unique equipment selected offers unparalleled benefits not found in other conventional chillers and cooling towers. Here are just some of the unique benefits:
Tower Tech Cooling Towers
- Multiple direct drive fan design provides inherent redundancy in the event of a fan failure
- 80% less drift heavily reduces water and chemical usage
- Pultruded FRP construction of the cooling tower eliminates corrosion and extends tower life
- Variable flow nozzles utilize the entire surface area of the media and increase energy efficiency at part load conditions
- Unique basin design keeps the water dark and at a high velocity virtually eliminating the risk of algae and legionella growth
- Simple maintenance done from the ground level. No more ladders and harnesses.
Carrier 23XRV Screw Chillers
- Simple design with only 3 moving parts (screws). No inlet vanes or actuators to fail.
- Positive displacement design means no compressor surges.
- Rapid adjustment to load changes ensures maximum comfort for the tenants
- Series Counter Flow design enhances the efficiency an additional 5-10% over the competition
- No compressor teardowns required
- 50 year bearing life
For more information on this job or the equipment used, please contact Mark Simbrowky at firstname.lastname@example.org