State of HVAC
State of HVAC

State of HVAC

Increasing efficiency demands and improved overall comfort are ongoing challenges facing residential and commercial air conditioning applications. And, with new energy regulations on the horizon, Emerson Climate Technologies is ready with a full range of modulating technologies, including the award-winning Copeland Scroll™ variable speed compressor line-up, to meet and exceed efficiency requirements and customer needs.

Business could save $1B Emerson Climate Technologies provides a full range of Copeland Scroll™ Modulation technologies, including tandems that offer improved part-load efficiencies.
20 States will be impacted by the Regional Efficiency Standards Delivering 2-5% efficiency improvement, the new Copeland Scroll™ K6 compressor provides a low cost solution to meet new standards.
68 percent of contractors use Smart Phones as part of their workday    Emerson Climate Technologies provides an extensive line-up of mobile apps and online support, including our Contractor Connection that gives contractors access to the latest products, tools and support to stay connected on the job.
120 thousand chillers are operating inefficiently in the US Emerson's new commercial Copeland Scroll™ variable speed compressor delivers 1,500 - 7,200 RPM speed range for better light load efficiency and dehumidification.
Homeowners in the northern states could save 70 percent on energy costs Geothermal systems with Copeland Scroll UltraTech™ compressors run at a lower capacity and maintain consistent temperature and humidity levels.
   $6B a year is spent on energy by US Schools A system with Copeland Scroll Digital™ technology can help save up to 30% more energy than traditional methods of compressor modulation, while also maintaining precise temperature and humidity control.
Variable speed in HVAC systems can reduce humidity in homes by as much as 20-25 percent Copeland Scroll™ variable speed compressors deliver new levels of heating efficiency and comfort for residential heat pumps and air conditioning systems.
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