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Willis Haviland Carrier, graduated from Cornell University and worked with the Buffalo Forge heating company in upstate New York. He was tasked with finding a solution for a printing company in Brooklyn that was having problems. It’s paper was expanding or contracting in the variable East Coast humidity. Changes in the temperature and humidity of the plant were causing the ink nozzles to be out of line, which made colour printing problematic. This played havoc with the colour register for four-color printing, since the ink, applied one colour at a time, required pinpoint calibration to avoid badly aligned, muddy illustrations.
The HVAC & HVACR system that Carrier devised still forms the basis of the air conditioner (or, more accurately, humidity controller) today. Air was forced through a filter of a piston-driven compressor, where it was pumped over coils that were chilled using coolant. The cold air was then expelled into a closed space using a fan, cooling the room and stabilizing the humidity.
Carrier later switched from piston power to the centrifugal chillers, which allowed much larger spaces to be cooled. He also replaced the toxic ammonia that had been the original cooling agent.The air conditioner was just what the Brooklyn printer needed.
The humidity problem was solved and — as the word got out — other companies began clamouring for Carrier’s HVAC machines.For years, his machine was just used to cool machines, but when the potential to cool people was spotted, they began to be installed in other HVAC commercial buildings such as offices, hotels and hospitals. He even went on to place his units in the United States Senate and the White House.
Carrier refined his designs and in 1922 installed a system at a Los Angeles theatre where conditioned air was fed in from the ceiling and exhausted at floor level. The Carrier Corporation continues to make and install HVAC & HVACR systems all over the world.
HVACR systems are becoming one of the key building blocks in modern infrastructure. These systems are found in almost all upcoming industrial, commercial as well as residential buildings. Rise in infrastructure, rapid urbanization and growth in...Read More