As the industry is looking towards the adoption of more environment-friendly refrigerants, transition from R-22 to R-410A is happening at a very rapid pace. Emerson has the industry’s broadest line of environment-friendly R-410A compressors.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) prefer Copeland Scroll compressors because they are inherently more energy efficient than other technologies. As the industry prepares for another regulatory change – this time the phaseout of R-22 refrigerants in favor of the more environmentally friendly R-410A – it will benefit from the versatility and efficiency of scroll compressor technology.
With the increasing cost of energy, customers are looking for more ways to save energy. Today, HVAC accounts for 40 to 60% of the energy used in commercial and residential buildings. This represents an opportunity for energy savings using proven technologies, such as Copeland Scroll compressors. In fact, OEMs have more opportunities than ever to upsell and satisfy their customers with improved comfort and energy saving products.
Copeland Scroll compressor has a significant role to drive the residential A/C market to become highly efficient. With homeowners switching to high-efficiency systems, energy could be reduced by 20-60%. Copeland Scroll compressors are used in A/C systems that are labeled at the highest efficiency levels in most Asian markets.
HVAC accounts for over 50% of the total energy consumed in commercial buildings. Emerson offers the industry’s broadest line of compressors capable of high efficiency— fixed capacity scroll, semi-hermetic and Copeland Scroll Digital for modulated A/C systems. These compressors provide more energy savings and tighter temperature control.
Copeland Scroll Digital technology is a unique and simple way to instantaneously match cooling/heating capacity to the indoor demand. By modulating compressor capacity between 10 to 100% as needed, Copeland Scroll Digital technology provides precise temperature control within 0.5°C; lowers energy consumption compared to standard fixed-capacity compressors; and dramatically reduces applied cost by eliminating the need for complex electronic and mechanical components.