Coming soon: ammonia evaporative condensers from EVAPCO

By Sabine Lobnig, Mar 21, 2011, 10:32 1 minute reading

The specialist in heat transfer products and services, EVAPCO, is joining as Bronze Partner to showcase its high-quality ammonia evaporative condensers. With production facilities, R&D programmes and sales offices in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, EVAPCO has become a global industry leader in the engineering and manufacturing of quality heat transfer products.

Founded in 1976, EVAPCO is today recognised for the superior technology of its environmentally friendly product innovations using also ammonia as refrigerant. Providing market-leading products for industrial refrigeration, commercial HVAC and more, EVAPCO is specialised in ammonia evaporative condensers including 6 different lines ranging in size from 108 kW to 14,900 kW.

Soon, EVAPCO is adding one of its ammonia evaporative condensers with all technical details to the product database.

Evapco’s product features

EVAPCO’s products are designed to offer the following operating advantages:
  • Higher system efficiency
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Lower annual operating costs
  • Reliable, simple operation and maintenance
Experience and innovation around the globe

EVAPCO products are manufactured in 17 locations in 8 countries around the world and supplied through a sales network consisting of over 170 offices. With over 45 U.S. patents and their international counterparts, EVAPCO’s engineering expertise provides an excellent foundation for various product development projects.

EVAPCO’s Research & Development Center is located at the World Headquarters in Taneytown, Maryland USA and has over 60,000 square feet (around 5574 m2). It is dedicated to thermal analysis and product development as well as product and application research in six environmental test chambers, including the industry’s largest low temperature environmental test chamber. The ammonia refrigeration labs consist of an environmental test chamber for testing high side evaporative condensers up to 700 nominal ammonia tons (3015 kW).


By Sabine Lobnig

Mar 21, 2011, 10:32

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