On Site Energy Provides Ultra-Quiet Water Cooled Chiller While Building's Permanent Chiller is Down

Top Quote When a building's permanent chiller went down, On Site Energy supplied a temporary chiller and transformer, which allowed the buildings to function normally. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 07, 2012 - When a Building Management firm called On Site Energy on Thursday afternoon, and explained they suffered a major failure of the building's 275 ton Carrier water cooled chiller, Patrick French from On Site Energy met the customer at the building one hour after he received the call.

    The Obstacles
    The buildings electrical service was 208 volts, and was not of sufficient size to operate an air cooled chiller. Air cooled chillers are typically provided as short term "fixes" while repairs are under way. The building utilizes well water for the condenser circuit.

    The buildings affected were right next door to a large apartment complex, and the Town advised the Landlord not to run generator sets, for fear of noise and fume issues.

    Rental Solutions Simplified
    On Site Energy recommended a 100 ton air cooled chiller as a short term fix, so the building could operate on Friday with some level of air conditioning, using the limited amount of power available. The 100 ton air cooled chiller was delivered Thursday evening and hooked up by the mechanical contractor. On Saturday morning, the 100 ton air cooled chiller was removed and a 225 ton Trane water cooled chiller was connected.

    Using Trane's ultra-quiet water cooled chiller, and a step up transformer to provide 480 volt power to the chiller; the buildings were able to function normally when the tenants arrived Monday morning.

    About On Site Energy
    On Site is no stranger to emergencies. They offer a variety of portable energy products for power, cooling, and heating equipment with field specialists to assist in set-up and usage. The team at On Site Energy are the go to guys whether facing a natural disaster or equipment failure. With three branches on the East Coast and one in the Midwest, On Site Energy is there to provide portable equipment to aid in disaster recovery, planned shut down or repair work. On Site Energy is the rental provider that puts you in control of the environment with portable solutions.

    Visit their website for detailed equipment specifications http://www.onsite-energy.com or call them toll free at 1-800-RENTAL-1 (736-8241).

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