SM25: Pre-cooling for refrigerated air conditioning systems – using high performance indirect evaporative cooling heat exchangers to deliver huge energy savings

Michael Hamilton, General Manager – Commercial Sales, Seeley International

Development of the next generation heat exchanger using a new micro-channel technology specifically designed for the indirect evaporative cooling industry, has allowed exceptional operational performance to be achieved with products that are a fraction of the size of current models. The presentation will detail the development process and implementation of product design that has resulted in high quality air conditioning systems that only use a small fraction of the energy conventional air conditioning systems consume.

Discussions will uncover how this breakthrough technology has evolved and how it works, including design, install and maintenance information. Australian based and international case studies will demonstrate how the technology applies in pre-cooling outside air for refrigerative air conditioning systems for commercial buildings. The presentation will also detail how the hyper-efficient indirect evaporative cooling technology can deliver energy savings of up to 80% when compared to conventional direct expansion systems.

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Having worked in the HVAC industry for over 25 years, Michael has held senior management positions with operational, engineering and sales responsibilities with a number of major companies in the mechanical and industrial HVAC market.

Within the industry Michael has worked in government and private enterprise across a broad range of industry sectors including building maintenance and system design through to air conditioning manufacturing.

Skilled in the sales, marketing and engineering of energy efficient HVAC solutions he has a strong focus on peak cooling demand reduction and energy efficiency.

Michael is employed by Seeley International as General Manager of Commercial Sales, Australia’s largest air conditioning manufacturer and a global leader in the development of ingenious, energy efficient heating and cooling products.


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