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In response to increasing commodity prices, EVAPCO, Inc. has announced, effective Thursday, April 8th, 2021 a price increase for the following commercial HVAC and industrial refrigeration products in North America: Cooling Towers Closed Circuit Coolers eco-Air Series Coolers & Condensers (Including Adiabatic, Dry, and Air Cooled Options) Evaporative Condensers Evapcold Models Replacement Parts All Stainless Steel/Aluminum Evaporators (Including SSTP Penthouse Models) CPA Systems & EDF Make-Up Air Units RVS Vessels & Packaged Products Ice Coils & Ice Tanks (Thermal Energy Storage) Water Systems
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As the country begins to “open back up”, the ensuing demand has led to rapidly rising commodity prices. In the last few months, key commodities such as carbon steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel, and aluminum have increased significantly. While we have delayed the onset of this higher-priced material, we must implement a price increase moving forward. We will continue to monitor commodity price increases and advise if further EVAPCO price increases are required. Effective Monday, February 1, 2021, prices for all HVAC and industrial refrigeration products will increase up to eight percent
Free Cooling Setup at Utah State
After struggling with maintenance issues in their open-loop cooling tower system, Utah State University decided to invest in a long-term solution. In the spring of 2019, USU began to explore free cooling options, including EVAPCO’s eco-Air V Dry Cooler, to combat winter operation challenges with their existing field-erected cooling towers. For assistance managing ice formation, heat exchanger maintenance, and water treatment, the University's facilities team contacted Midgley-Huber, the local EVAPCO sales representative in Salt Lake City. Shortly thereafter, Conrad Campos, Midgley-Huber Sales
Water Glass Filled from the Tap with a Close Up of Legionella Bacteria
By: Daryn Cline, ASHRAE Member & Director of Environmental Technologies at EVAPCO, Inc. and Sarah Ferrari, Former Product Development Manager at EVAPCO, Inc. Legionnaires’ disease is on the rise. Unfortunately, efforts to prevent Legionnaires’ disease to date have focused on building water systems rather than the municipal water supply. Building water systems are too far downstream to correct the problem, and, as a result, these efforts have been ineffective in curbing the incidence of legionellosis. It is unrealistic to place on building owners and operators the burden and risk for providing
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Dear Evapco Customers, As you know, numerous states and localities in the United States have issued various “shelter in place” type orders which require certain businesses or, in some cases, all “non-essential” businesses to close in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. The purpose of this communication is to confirm that ALL Evapco USA operations, including subsidiary companies, are open for business and ready to do our part to help our great country navigate the difficult waters created by Covid-19. Evapco is currently operating with full force and complying with all Covid-19 directives while
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Effective March 9th, 2020, EVAPCO, Inc. has implemented a price increase affecting our North American HVAC and Industrial Refrigeration markets. Though multiple products will be impacted by this change, the average increase is 3% across the board. Representatives and customers can expect to see price changes for the following products: Cooling Towers, Options, & Accessories Closed Circuit Coolers, Options, & Accessories eco-Air Adiabatic Coolers & Condensers (including Options & Accessories) Dry Coolers & Air Cooled Condensers Evaporative Condensers, Options, & Accessories Evapcold Models
The Evapcold LCR-C Chiller Product Line Continues to Expand! Introducing the NEW LS (Large-Single) & LD (Large-Dual) Chiller Families Expanded LCR-C Chiller Highlights: Approximately doubled the original SS (Small-Single) capacity of 130 TR to 250 TR at 22°F supply glycol in the LS (Large-Single) and LD (Large-Dual) The new LS is available with larger single compressors with Variable Vi technology, allowing the owner to operate very efficiently without a compressor VFD, including part load operation The LD offers redundant dual compressors, each rated for 50% of total unit capacity New
Original article found here. Recreating Discontinued Model Makes for a Smooth Installation Downtown Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin House needed an HVAC overhaul but, like most historic buildings, had no room to expand. EVAPCO reached into its archives for the specs of the building’s original cooling tower and created a more powerful, up-to-date version for the same space, making the installation process easier for Elliott-Lewis Corporation. Time for an Upgrade The Benjamin Franklin Hotel—now known as The Franklin Residences or, simply, “The Ben”—was built in 1923. Upgrading historic sites
Original article at ACHR News “Evaporative cooling — direct, indirect, and two-stage solutions — are being used across the board in a wide variety of commercial and industrial solutions,” said Randy Niederer, director of marketing, Cambridge Engineering. “It is currently experiencing a renaissance, as large manufacturing and distribution facilities are choosing this technology to provide cooling relief for employees.” This renaissance, along with several new technology factors, creates a backdrop for contractors to benefit from the sale of evaporative cooling solutions. EVAPORATIVE SALES