Baltimore Aircoil confirms Silver Sponsorship of ATMOsphere America 2014. As a leader in energy-efficient heat transfer solutions, evaporative cooling and thermal storage, BAC engineers and manufactures equipment available for natural refrigerants.Baltimore Aircoil (BAC) is one of the global leaders in factory assembled evaporative heat rejection and thermal storage equipment, offering cost effective solutions for commercial and industrial applications, including the food chain sector.
Products of Interest
- Evaporative Condensers: to provide lower condensing temperatures and compressor horsepower when applied to HVAC and light industrial systems, saving upwards of 15% compared to traditional systems. The evaporation removes heat from the vapor in the coil, causing it to condense. BAC offers three distinct evaporative condenser product lines.
- Ice-Cooling Storage: for the cooling of offices, schools, hospitals, malls and other buildings, providing a steady source of low temperature fluids for process cooling applications. These systems are environmentally friendly because they help lower energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
BAC manufactures evaporators in all materials of construction for ammonia (NH3), CO2, and glycol/brine refrigerants, thus reducing carbon footprint impact due to reduced refrigerant charge and electricity savings. These products cool and conserve water, conserve energy and ultimately reduce global warming.
John Engalitcheff Junior founded BAC in Baltimore (MD) in 1938. Through engineering and research, the company has built its reputation as a leader in innovation and design in evaporative cooling manufacturing products that conserve resources. Now an international company, BAC has manufacturing locations all over the world and over 460 sales representatives globally.
Coming soon: ATMOsphere America 2014 Call for case studies
ATMOsphere America 2014 will feature a new concept of parallel Technology Case Study Sessions, which will allow participants to choose from a number of different topics they would like to hear about such as HVAC, commercial refrigeration, industrial refrigeration, heat pumps and other applications. An official call for case studies will be issued next week; stay tuned to the event page at: www.ATMO.org/America2014