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Expanded Air Conditioner Line and Occupant Comfort
Cambridge Engineering has announced further expansion into commercial cooling with the official availability of the E-Series and ESC-Series evaporative cooling units and greater enhancements for its popular M-Series make-up air units.
The arrival of Cambridge’s new E-Series and ESC-Series units marks an expansion in the company’s ability to provide a spectrum of high-quality direct and indirect evaporative cooling solutions for commercial facilities, and builds on the company’s legacy in energy-efficient, high-temperature heating and ventilation technology, which has been adopted across more than 2.5 billion square feet of U.S. building space.
“Because we believe that helping leaders create safe and comfortable working environments is important, evaporative technology is the perfect complement to our extensive array of gas-fired heating and ventilation solutions,” said Marc Braun, president of Cambridge Engineering. “After years of preparation and growth in the HVAC market, we are proud to apply our engineering expertise and innovative, lean approaches to giving businesses in warmer regions the same flexibility in indoor comfort and air quality that contractors and building owners heating large, open facilities have known for more than 50 years.”
The Cambridge E- and ESC-Series lines help facilities efficiently meet indoor air quality and comfort standards without the use of refrigerants. The E-Series provides direct evaporative cooling using up to 70 percent less energy than conventional mechanical cooling systems, while the semi-custom fabricated ESC-Series air handler uses 30 to 40 percent of the energy of mechanical systems through direct, indirect or a combination of both evaporative cooling techniques.
“A comfortable environment can have a substantially positive impact on the productivity and employee engagement inside a workplace,” said Randy Niederer, director of marketing for Cambridge Engineering. “And the cost of acquisition and operation of evaporative cooling equipment is substantially less expensive than other solutions which is a benefit to the end user”
In connection with the launch of Cambridge’s evaporative cooling units, Niederer said the company will make direct and indirect evaporative coils a regular option for its popular M-Series make-up air units