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Johnson Controls’ award-winning YORKYZ Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller in the Philippines

(L-R) Primer Group managing director Johnny Thai, Johnson Controls Singapore regional manager for Chiller Channels Goh Chwee Guan, Stellar Equipment & Machinery Inc. (SEMI) general manager Jason Thai, Johnson Controls regional sales manager Gary Ling, Primer Group president and chief executive officer Jimmy Thai, Johnson Controls vice president for Applied Engineering and Order Channel Larry Kouma, Aircond.Network Philippines Inc. (ANPI) managing director Wilson Dy, Johnson Controls Asia P&D Building Technologies general manager Distribution Eu Boon Hoe, Primer Group managing director Jerry Sy, and Johnson Controls marketing manager for Asia Pacific Joanne Tan

 

A global leader in air-cooled chiller technology, YORK Chiller Solutions from Johnson Controls is at the forefront of providing efficient and sustainable cooling solutions.

By offering the widest variety of energy-efficient water and air-cooled industrial and commercial chillers that are tailored to fit any comfort or process cooling application, YORK stands by its commitment to reduce the earth’s carbon footprint and create healthier indoor environments.

In line with its mission, Johnson Controls introduces another breakthrough innovation with the YORKYZ Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller, the first chiller fully optimized for ultimate performance with a next generation low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant—R-1233zd(E).

For its marked efficiency, safety, availability, low environmental impact and cost, the YORKYZ Magnetic Bearing Centrifugal Chiller was recently awarded with the 2019 AHR Expo Innovation Award which honors the most exceptional products, systems, and technologies that push the boundaries of creativity, design, application, value, and market impact.

YORKChillers are distributed in the Philippines by Stellar Equipment and Machinery Inc., a subsidiary of the Primer Group of Companies.

 

 

 

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