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5 Levels of Oil Management with Toshiba-Carrier VRF

Did You Know Our Toshiba-Carrier VRF Product Essentially Has 5 Means of Oil Management?

 

Compressor Design

1. Compressor design; rotary compressors being high side shell dome meaning that the mechanical components of compression are at the bottom of the compressor where the low pressure / low temperature gas enters the compressor shell. The high pressure / high temperature gas is at the top of the compressor shell. This keeps the mechanical components down where the oil is, this also reduces the amount of oil leaving the compressor. Read more

Ductless VRF Provides an Energy Efficient Solution for Virginia Middle School

Case Study: Richmond County Middle School

Richmond County Middle School is a historic educational facility in Warsaw, Virginia. Originally built in the early 1900’s, it was converted into the school it is today in the 80’s. Since then, very little has been done to the building and its mechanical systems. They were still using inefficient radiant heat and PTAC cooling units, until an upgrade was no longer deemed optional. Read more

CE’s Educational Event at Yankee Stadium was a Grand Slam

THE WIND-UP: HVAC Education at Yankee Stadium

On Friday, August 25, 2017, 30 engineers gathered in the SAP Board Room at Yankee Stadium to gain valuable knowledge from HVAC experts regarding various VRF products and DOAS. The Home Run Engineering Day was co-sponsored by CE and the Association for Facilities Engineering and featured a triple play of valuable sessions. Afterwards, attendees were VIP guests at the Yankee game against the Mariners. Read more

Carrier 2-pipe Heat Recovery VRF Equipment Installed in Amber Court Assisted Living

Scheduled to open its doors later this year, the Amber Court assisted living community in Smithtown, NY, is all about making assisted living as luxurious as possible. They strive to provide senior citizens with a beautiful, amenity-laden place to call home. Amber Court focuses on giving their residents a high quality of life, and that starts with the temperature being comfortable in all areas at all times. Read more

DaVita Dialysis Center Improves Patient Care with Toshiba-Carrier VRF

DaVita is a nationwide, Fortune 500® company, that provides personalized care and dialysis treatments to patients battling end stage renal disease and chronic kidney failure. Due to the type of treatments they perform, their patients are usually in the facility for at least four hours per visit. Since patient comfort is one of their top priorities, the Ft. Myers location turned to Carrier Enterprise for assistance and were introduced to the technology of Toshiba-Carrier VRF systems and the expertise of the CE staff to ensure their patients stay comfortable during their time at the DaVita facility. Read more

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New Home Development in Ardmore, OK Receives All Ductless Mini-Split Systems

With so many new home developments in the works, Milestone Homes wanted a way to stand out from their competitors. To do this, CEO Lance Windel decided to make their homes extremely energy efficient while focusing on quality. Therefore, when it was time to select the HVAC systems for his latest Ardmore, Oklahoma development, he turned to Carrier ductless mini-splits in each home.

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The Highly Anticipated Star Tower Condos in Long Island City to be Equipped with Carrier 2-pipe VRF

Slated to open its doors at the end of 2017, Star Tower Condos is one of the most, highly-anticipated buildings in Long Island City. Star Tower is a 25-floor residential building that will feature a roof deck, a health club, an event room, 184 condo units, and more! Because of the different building spaces, the HVAC needs and requirements are very complex and diverse. In order to meet the heating and cooling demands of these spaces, the versatility and efficiency of the Carrier 2-pipe, VRF systems were an obvious choice. Read more

Case Study for USS North Carolina

The USS North Carolina is a historic World War II battleship that has become a popular tourist attraction in Wilmington, North Carolina, not only for the tour of its superstructure, but now, as a facility to accommodate meetings or other gatherings. Attempting to maintain the authenticity of the ship’s structure without altering the aesthetics, while keeping the internal spaces comfortable, was a challenging task. However, Carrier Enterprise’s use of the Toshiba Carrier VRF, installed by Jacksonville Heating Contractors, was the perfect combination for the historic renovation. Read more