WORLD'S LARGEST TURBOCOR CHILLER
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, January, 2013- World's Largest Turbocor Chiller
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed that it has shipped what appears to be the largest capacity chiller featuring the Danfoss Turbocor compressor ever built, by far. The chiller is part of a large Combined Cooling and Power project for a California data-center. The system includes indoor turbine generators that deliver prime electrical power for the facility. The exhaust gas feeds absorbtion chillers that provide primary cooling. The Arctic Cool 1,400 tons provide critical cooling redundency and suplements the absorbtion system.
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Arctic Cool Announces AHRI Certification for Air Cooled Turbocor Chillers
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, November, 2012 - AHRI Certifications Announcement
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed the completion of AHRI Certifications for its range of Air Cooled Chillers featuring Danfoss Turbocor Oil-Free Magnetic Bearing compressors. According to Patrick Legare, Vice President of the Arctic Cool division, the AHRI Certification process is now complete for water cooled chillers from 75 to 1,400 tons and air cooled chillers from 60 to 440 tons. "Arctic Cool is now the manufacturer of choice for obtaining North America's widest range and largest sizes of AHRI Certified chillers leveraging the Oil-Free Turbocor technology. Our test results are capacity range are the best ever produced."
Arctic Cool is the technology leader for air and water cooled AHRI Certified chillers and systems designed to optimize the magnetic Turbocor compressor. Genuine Danfoss Chiller Controller avoids unsafe operating conditions, dedicated circuits resolves shared circuit issues, 16,000 CFM VFD low noise fans provide optimum all variable-speed performance, dedicated economizers extend the available ambient range, Free-cooling, evaporative condensers and adiabatic assist systems are available.
Arctic maintains this latest generation design leap-frogs others in the market and is currently the ultimate air cooled chiller!
Mircea Poenar Joins the Arctic Chiller Group as Head of Engineering
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, September, 2012 - Mircea Poenar Announcement
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed that Mircea Poenar has joined the Group as head of Engineering for the Toronto manufacturing operation. In announcing the appointment, Angelo Troiano, President of Arctic Chiller Group said "Mircea is the right blend of practical experience to understand our diverse product range and the drive to insoire the engineering team and our manufacturing professional to support our record growth"
Mircea brings 10 years of experience in refrigeration and HVAC systems design and installation, conceptual engineering design and process engineering experience. Equipment design, selection, specification and manufacturing of cooling systems containing chillers, heat exchangers, boilers, drives, towers and pumps.
Mircea's knowledge in refrigeration and HVAC plant controls and integration is already providing technical advantages and streamlining documentation and manufacturing processes.
Murray Weightman Joins Arctic Chiller Group as Vice President of Canadian Operations
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, July, 2012 - Murray Weightman Announcement
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed that Murray Weightman has joined the Group as Vice President of Canadian Operations. In announcing the appointment, Angelo Troiano, President of Arctic Chiller Group said "Murray brings a depth of knowledge about our equipment and a wealth of relationships throughout Canada that will provide just what we need at this phase of our global expansion. His knowledge of energy and high efficiency chilling equipment that we manufacture dovetails perfectly with our long term stratrategic objectives." Murray will be based in Toronto at our Brampton offices and have responsibility across all of Canada.
Murray comes from years with a large utility where he and his team pioneered innovative and highly successful business models that combine access to the highest efficiency HVAC chiller systems while deriving contracts for their energy usage in the process. Murray started in the HVAC industry in 1973 working for a Toronto based contractor as a technician where he developed his service background. In 1980 he moved into the centrifugal chiller industry in the roll of Director of Centrifugal Services responsible for sales, service, overhaul and replacement of chillers in the Toronto marketplace. Beginning in 2004 Murray Weightman worked with a large commodity reseller in Toronto and built a national HVAC service business where he introduced the Turbocor technology throughout Canada. He quickly followed up by introducing the first Canadian Chiller line manufactured with magnetic bearings which his support team grew to over 250 chillers strong in Canada.
In July Murray Weightman joined the Arctic Chiller Group as Vice President of Canadian Operations where he intends to continue the development of sales and service in magnetic bearing chillers.
Arctic Group Announces Consolidated Web Sites and Online Technologies
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, December 2011 - New Web Site, Selection Software and Techniologies
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed the release of its new Web presence that for the first time combines the strength of the Group manufacturing entities under a strategic umbrella to take advantage of commercial, infrastructure, technical and financial synergies. Also announced is the release of the AHRI Certified Water Cooled Selection Software. The new public web site at www.arcticchillergroup.com is being complemented with a suite of online commercial processes under username and password security which include Document Access and Control, Quotations, Specification, Product Selection Generation, Service Management, Sales Management, and more. Plans are to incorporate advanced product structure configuration systems and produce detailed configured Specifications and Submittals across our P-Series, M-Series, MM-Series, Arctic Cool water cooled and Packaged Systems with drawing conversion capabilities to enable our customers to quickly produce drawings in Revit, ProE, AutoCAD, Catia, Intergraph and other formats - "on the fly". Much of the technology suite is already completed and other modules will be released throughout 2012.
Arctic Group Announces AHRI Certifications for Water Cooled Chillers
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, October 2011 - AHRI Certifications completed for water cooled products.
The Arctic Chiller Group today announed the completion of AHRI Certifications for water cooled products manufactured at the companies Arctic Cool products manufactured in Toronto and ArctiChill water cooled equipment manufactured in Newberry, SC. The announcment follows the installation and upgrades to both precision test stands that took place over the summer. Newberry's new 150 ton test stand and Arctic Cool's 600 ton system will be utilized to further the range of AHRI products. Air cooled chillers with AHRI Certification will promptly follow.
Arctic Group Announces Key Appointments - Mark Rogan as VP Sales and Marketing and Jackson Ball as VP of Strategic Development
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC, November 2011 - Mark Rogan, PE, and Jackson Ball join Arctic Group
The Arctic Chiller Group, a world leader in chillers and systems for Commercial and Process applications and one of the first adopters of the Danfoss Turbocor compressor technology has announced the appointment of two key leaders to the company. Mark Rogan joins the group as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Partner. Mark has extensive industry experience most recently working with McQuay International as Senior Product Manager for their Chiller Division and then with the Smardt Chiller Group as General Manager for their Montreal based Business Unit. Mark is a well respected and well known professional around the Turbocor world and chiller technologies. Mark brings tremendous experience and expertise that has already proven valuable to our growing market
Jackson Ball, once a part of the ArctiChill and FreezeCo companies re-joins the Arctic Chiller Group after working for Smardt Chiller Group in Quebec. Jackson joins the company as Vice President of Strategic Development and partner. Jackson's focus is on strategic alliances with OEMs and strategically important accounts, geographic, product and market channel expansion, advanced technologies, M&A and documentation. Jackson brings outstanding experience in chilled water system technologies and has productive relationships across North America with manufacturers representatives, large Service and energy contractors and key OEM and multi-facility users of HVAC equipment. Jackson’s role in strategic development is a strong complement to Mark Rogan’s role in Sales & Marketing management for the Group.
The Arctic Chiller Group Formed to Consolidate Resources and Position for Expansion
TORONTO, Ontario, NEWBERRY, SC - October 2011 - The Arctic Chiller Group Forms to Combine Manufacturing and Market Development
After record growth in 2009 and 2010 across the Group, Angelo Troiano, CEO of ArctiChill and MDF Group announced today the formation of The Arctic Chiller Group that encompasses the chiller manufacturing divisions ArctiChill, FreezeCo Systems and ArctiCool. The Group is positioned to take the lead as the premier manufacturer of a diversity of chillers, systems and integrated packaged equipment. The newest division, Arctic Cool manufacurers AHRI Certified water cooled and air cooled chillers using the Danfoss Turbocor compressor technology. The Group has bold plans for market extension and expansion through strategic partnerships, acquisitions and joint initiatives.
“The Arctic Chiller Group is well positioned to take the leadership position in our product focuses of Modular, Ultra-Efficient, Commercial and Process chillers and complete systems.” Troiano said.
Arctic Cool is an Ontario Based Manufacturer of High-Efficiency Oil-Free Magnetic Bearing chillers, Modular Chillers and specialty industrial chillers and systems for HVAC and Process markets. They manufacture water cooled chillers from 75 -1400 tons and air cooled chillers from 60 – 400 ton. Murray is confident his years of experience and market knowledge combined with the quality of the Arctic Chiller Groups product line will make a winning combination in the Canadian HVAC Industry