Full Line of Models Now Includes Updates for Commercial and Residential Applications
ST. LOUIS, March 6, 2012 – Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc., a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR), announced today an expanded range for its award-winning next generation Copeland Scroll UltraTech™ compressor.
The next generation of the Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressor offers improved performance and reliability, as well as improved sound performance. The new 3-phase UltraTech compressor also offers enhanced system efficiency, comfort and reliability for commercial applications, while helping achieve ENERGY STAR® requirements.
The addition of the CoreSense™ Diagnostics module can also provide active protection in single phase UltraTech compressor models.
CoreSense Diagnostics for Copeland Scroll® compressors assists contractors in troubleshooting residential air conditioning systems. By using the compressor as a sensor, CoreSense Diagnostics gives technicians insight into the system through the compressor, providing valuable information to help diagnose problems quickly and accurately, reducing costly callbacks. Located conveniently in the control panel, Emerson’s CoreSense Diagnostics module strengthens the Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressor by unlocking advanced capabilities for diagnostics. Advanced algorithms and capabilities allow technicians to diagnose the past and present state of the system for fast and accurate troubleshooting and less downtime.
“With next generation Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressors, contractors have more opportunities than ever to deliver improved comfort and energy savings to their customers, while leveraging the troubleshooting capabilities of CoreSense technology,” said Karl Zellmer, vice president of sales, Emerson Climate Technologies Air Conditioning business.
Developed for premium residential systems, the next generation Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressor provides enhanced humidity control, greater efficiency and quieter operation to give homeowners increased indoor comfort levels, saving up to 25 percent on energy costs as compared to conventional HVAC systems.
With its revolutionary modulating two-step capacity design, 100 percent at full-load and 67 percent at part-load, this compressor maintains precise temperature levels and significantly lowers relative humidity, ultimately eliminating uneven cooling peaks and valleys and allowing for improved overall cooling comfort. The new Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressor offers customers a solution that provides part load SEER improvement of up to 3.5 percent and enhanced full-load EER performance (1.5-5.5% increase). It also offers an expanded operating envelope, increased to 145 degrees Fahrenheit condensing.
For more information on Emerson Climate Technologies or next generation Copeland Scroll UltraTech compressors, visit www.EmersonClimate.com.
Emerson (NYSE: EMR), based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to provide innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and consumer markets around the world. The company is comprised of five business segments: Process Management, Industrial Automation, Network Power, Climate Technologies, and Commercial & Residential Solutions. Sales in fiscal 2011 were $24.2 billion. For more information, visit www.Emerson.com.
About Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc.
Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc., a company of the Emerson Climate Technologies business segment, is the world’s leading compressor manufacturer, offering more than 10,000 compressor models in a full range of technologies, including scroll, reciprocating and screw compressor designs. A pioneer in the HVACR industry, the company led the introduction of scroll technology to the marketplace. Today more than 56 million Copeland Scroll™ compressors are installed in residential and commercial air conditioning and commercial refrigeration systems around the world. Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc. is headquartered in Sidney, Ohio.
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