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Improved Chiller Plant Performance Through Air-Dirt Separation at Youngstown State University and University of Akron

09-13-2017 15:44

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This presentation documents the results of two separate chiller plant upgrades at Youngstown State University and University of Akron. Both were retrofitted with air-dirt separation technology as part of campus performance contracts. In both instances significant performance increases occurred. Improvements such as increased tonnage output, improved delta-t, and more are documented. This presentation examines pre-existing conditions at each university, path/logic followed to settle on coalescing air separators, and the technical findings of each.

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Ralph Morrone, University of Akron
John Coggins, Spirotherm



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Ralph Morrone, University of Akron John Coggins, Spirotherm