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University of Virginia: Optimizing Chiller Efficiencies via Innovative Tube Fouling Prevention

06-16-2017 09:18

Summary

The University of Virginia (UVA) comprises 16 million square feet on 1,175 acres. Energy conservation and operational efficiency are campus-wide focuses supporting university growth plans, targeting energy conservation and reductions in carbon emissions. After an initial technology trial in 2012, UVA adopted continuous sponge-ball tube cleaning systems as “Best Practice” for campus chillers to: optimize chiller energy efficiency, reduce chiller maintenance effort and expense, and improve safety of chilled water plant operations.

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Justin Callihan, University of Virginia

Michael Crocker, Innovas Technologies



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Justin Callihan, University of Virginia Michael Crocker, Innovas Technologies