Sham Ahmed Joins Arctic Chiller

T Sham Ahmed, Arctic-Chilleroronto, ON, Newberry, SC, July 2017

We are pleased to announce that Sham Ahmed has joined the Arctic Chiller Group in the role of Vice President, Business Development and as a member of the companies Advisory Board.

Sham brings with him 40 years of executive level experience in the HVAC industry and is well known as the founder of McQuay Canada, Ventrol Air Handling, and TMI Climate Solutions. He is an expert in lean manufacturing and quality systems and has helped many top tier companies achieve excellence while rapidly growing as Arctic is today.

He brings a wealth of knowledge to our team, including custom airside equipment, dehumidification equipment, and representative relations.” said Angelo Troiano, President and CEO.

Sham resides in Montreal and can be reached at (514) 821-8639 or shama@newhost.arcticchillergroup.com.

Welcome Sham!

Peter Fung Joins Arctic Chiller

Peter Fung, Arctic-Chiller
Toronto, ON, Newberry, SC, July 2017

We are pleased to announce that Peter Fung has joined the Arctic Chiller Group in the role of East Regional Sales Manager. Peter’s main duties will be sales growth, product promotion and education to the field sales offices, consulting engineers, mechanical contractors, owners and architects in his region. He brings over 30 years of experience in chillers, custom airside equipment, and system solutions to the table for Arctic. He is also a certified Practicing Institute of Engineering presenter in the state of New York.

Prior to joining the Arctic Chiller Group team, Peter served as a Sales Engineer for Carrier International, East Regional Sales Manager for CES Group (now Nortek Air Solutions), and most recently East Regional Sales Manager for ClimateCraft custom airside equipment.

“We are very excited about Peter joining our growing sales team” said Angelo Troiano, President & CEO

Peter resides in the Philadelphia area and can be reached at 215-353-3499 or peterf@newhost.arcticchillergroup.com.

Welcome Peter!

Changiz Tolouee joins Arctic Chiller

Changiz Toulee, Arctic-ChillerToronto, ON, Newberry, SC, July 2017

We are pleased to announce that Changiz Tolouee, PhD, has joined Arctic Chiller Group as the Vice President of Engineering according to President and CEO Angelo Troiano. With over 25 years of equipment design experience in the HVAC&R industry, Changiz will help drive new products to take Arctic to the next level of cutting edge design said Troiano.

Changiz also played an important role in the commercialization process of the Turbocor compressor and helped deliver the product from the R&D stage to commercial stage during his many years with Turbocor.

Welcome Changiz!

Arctic Air-Cooled Chiller Impresses AHRI Certification Testing

Patrick Légaré, Vice President and Director of Engineering, announced today that the Company recently completed extremely successful testing of one of the largest air-cooled chillers built utilizing Danfoss Turbocor® magnetic bearing technology.

“While Arctic builds air-cooled chillers up to 450 tons, this 300-ton unit is the largest air-cooled chiller to date to be tested under the AHRI certification program. We are extremely pleased to announce that this air-cooled chiller was verified by AHRI to run at 0.925KW/Ton at full load,” said Légaré.

Traditional air-cooled chillers using screw or scroll compressor technology have a typical full load range of 1.20 to 1.25 KW/Ton range.

“The approximately 25% improvement provided by the ArcticCool chiller represents a substantial level of energy preservation and will undoubtedly be viewed as an industry game-changer,” confirmed Mark Rogan, Vice President, Sales and Marketing.

Légaré, who monitored the testing, added that the part load efficiencies, also verified in the testing, were staggering, with the entire system starting to approach the efficiencies of a water-cooled chiller plant.

“These efficiencies, the value of excluding condenser side equipment and water system maintenance coupled with the extremely low sound levels experienced with the magnetic bearing technology have become the fundamental reasons these magnetic bearing compressor air-cooled chillers are gaining in popularity,” he said.