ACT Introduced New Controllable Air-to-Air Heat Pipe Heat Exchanger at Dallas 2013 AHR Expo

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February 7th, 2013 – Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT) exhibited its new energy recovery Air-to-Air Controllable Heat Pipe Heat Exchanger (AAHX) at this year’s AHR Expo. The ACT-AAHX recovers the energy from the conditioned exhaust airstream  and transfers the energy to the supply airstream to reduce heating or cooling plant loads.  The captured Btu’s can save thousands of dollars per year in heating and cooling costs. Payback on larger units, 10.000 cfm and up, is typically under eight (8) months. The ACT-AAHX features an integrated pivot that allows the unit to shift from summer favorable tilt to a winter favorable tilt so that energy can be recovered year round.  Depending upon airflow and regional location, ASHRAE 90.1, 2010 highlights applicable system sizes  where the ACT-AAHX product is most beneficial.

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About ACT:  Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT), is a premier thermal management solutions company. Under our ISO9001 and AS9100 certifications, we design and manufacture products for diverse applications including HVAC systems, satellite thermal control, commercial/military electronics cooling, and energy recovery and temperature calibration. In addition, our responsive, customer-focused team provides innovative engineering and advanced research and development services for clients worldwide.

Commitment to Quality: Our goal is to provide a superior standard of service to our customers through responsiveness, competitive pricing and most importantly, the quality of our products and services. One element demonstrating our commitment to quality was the achievement of ISO 9001:2008 international quality certification, Certificate Number US-3364a, in December 2005 and the receipt of AS 9100 aerospace certification in December 2006.  Please visit us on the web:




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