With Aziz & Company Ltd. YORK® Chiller Solutions from Johnson Controls, we help you respond to your building efficiency needs by providing the widest variety of water and air-cooled industrial and commercial chillers on the market. From reducing your facility’s carbon footprint to delivering a healthier indoor environment and cutting energy costs, we create smaller, more energy efficient chillers tailored to fit almost any comfort or process cooling application – even heating.

 

Variable Speed Drives

A more efficient chiller is a major step along the path to reduce energy consumption and the building’s carbon footprint. No constant-speed chiller, not even a high efficiency model, can match the performance of a YORK® VSD under real-world operating conditions.

 

Maximize your efficiency by optimizing your speed with YORK® VSD

A more efficient chiller is a major step along the path to reduce energy consumption and the building’s carbon footprint. No constant-speed chiller, not even a high efficiency model, can match the performance of a YORK® VSD under real-world operating conditions. 

 

Reduce energy cost by up to 30 percent

Variable speed drives (VSDs) can cut a chiller’s annual energy use by up to 30 percent while maintaining operating reliably over a wide range of condition. This is accomplished in two ways:

  • At part load when cooling capacity can be reduced, a VSD chiller inherently uses less energy than a constant speed chiller whenever the compressor speed can be reduced to more closely match the load.
  • At low-lift conditions, when ambient temperature conditions are cooler than design, or chilled water reset is used, or both, up to four times more energy can be saved if the VSD chiller is designed to operate in these off-design conditions.

 

Delivering more than energy savings

By accruing off-design energy savings during nearly 99% of your chiller’s operating season, the payback for a YORK VSD can come in as little as one to three years. Plus you’ll realize substantial energy savings, month after month and year after year, over the life of the chiller.

 

Additional YORK VSD cost savings? YES!

  • Reduces auxiliary-component costs. Its high power factor eliminates the need for a power-factor-correction capacitor.
  • Offers ability to specify a smaller generator
  • Requires 60% lower start-up amps.
  • Serviceable onsite, reducing downtime
  • Better electrical protection – never draws more than 100% of its full-load amps.

 

Smart Equipment

Select YORK chillers are Smart Equipment enabled, meaning they already have controls embedded and can seamlessly connect to a controls system and self-discover other Smart Equipment. Smart Equipment by Johnson Controls signals the next generation of HVAC equipment technology. ou can rely on Smart Equipment to seamlessly connect to a controls system. The equipment can self-identify without requiring programming tools. When you bundle Smart Equipment with a controls system, you can connect data streams from equipment to the cloud allowing unprecedented insights into operations.

 

 

The Smart Equipment logo signifies connectivity and intelligence.

  • Equipment already has controls embedded by the manufacturer and can connect seamlessly to a controls systems.
  • On-board controls support cloud-based data analytics, including fault detection, to support proactive maintenance and minimize downtime. 
  • Smart Equipment helps maximize control for greater efficiency, extended equipment life and reduced operating costs.

 

 

Our Smart Equipment enabled products

 

Smart Connected Chillers

Combining greater controls with greater expertise, Smart Connected Chillers ensure that critical information about chiller performance is delivered to the experts who can respond to emergencies and identify deteriorating conditions before they become problems. Monitor performance from anywhere. Because uptime is everything. A chiller is one of the most critical pieces of equipment in your facility. Responsible for comfort. Productivity. And as much as half the energy used in your building. What if you could predict when a chiller will go down, or when it’s running at less than peak performance that results in unexpected expenses?