Compact Size Without Compromise: How Chiller Advancements are Making Retrofitting Easier

When the majority of commercial buildings were built in the United States, they were not constructed with the idea in mind that large machinery would need to eventually be replaced. Instead, aesthetics overruled ease of access, meaning large equipment — like centrifugal chillers — was built in hard-to-reach places.
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