• Cooling India
  • Jan 5, 2018

The market is driven by the rising HVACR deployments, increasing power generation capacities, and rise in technological advances in cooling towers. Asia-Pacific and RoW are estimated to witness a strong growth in the next five years…

  • Cooling India
  • Nov 24, 2017

Legionnaires disease is a severe form of pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria, sometimes found in water systems. It is typically contracted by breathing mist from the water that contains it. The source of the mist can be air conditioning units in large facilities, showers or hot tubs…

  • Cooling India
  • Sep 15, 2017

The global cooling towers market is expected to reach USD 4.85 billion by 2025, according to a new report conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. Cooling towers are used in power plants, particularly in thermoelectric power plants, to remove excess heat from the plant.

  • Cooling India
  • Jul 15, 2017

The cooling tower is a relatively easy to maintain device and is relatively simple to operate and maintain. Thus the incentive to operate the cooling towers at their peak design level are very high, and creating a performance management plan for the cooling towers will go a long way in getting the best out of the HVAC system of the building…

  • Cooling India
  • Feb 15, 2017

Johnson Controls has developed a unique, innovative and industry-leading solution – the BlueStream™ Hybrid Cooling System – to help customers address water and energy challenges in facilities through more efficient cooling tower operations.

  • Cooling India
  • Feb 15, 2017

Now-a -day all industries and utilities prefer maintenance-free, cost-effective, green and clean technology in every process as they realize importance of water and energy…

  • Cooling India
  • Nov 15, 2016

The automated technology boasts of ‘5Cs’ – collect, calculate, correct, communicate and control – and it offers manufacturers several key benefits…

  • Cooling India
  • Oct 15, 2015

Normal cooling systems use chlorofluorocarbon chemicals that destroy the ozone layer and contribute to greenhouse gases. Maintaining food in places where high temperatures prevail, using little energy at a low cost, is now possible with solar cooling technology...