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Ultra-low charge ammonia glycol chiller cutting down oper...


About this presentation

related to ATMOsphere Asia 2016
published on 10 February 2016
24 pages

Inderpal Saund presented findings from a recently installed ultra-low charge glycol chiller operating with ammonia as the refrigerant. The case study further outlined the end user’s decision-making process (Sylvan Mushrooms Australia), and how the ultra low-charge ammonia glycol chiller reduces operating costs and minimises environmental footprint.

About the speaker(s)

Inderpal Saund


Indy has a background in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning trade from Australia and the UK. After completing a diploma in Process Controls, Indy pursued a career at Danfoss in Sales of Electronic Controls and Industrial Refrigeration products. Indy has been at Danfoss for 10 years maintaining various roles with the Electronic Controls side of the business. Over the years, Indy has been active in promoting CO2 technology within the Refrigeration industry throughout the APAC region. He has been involved in a number of first installations within Australia, Thailand and China.