Daikin Applied works with world’s largest lab to unlock mysteries of the universe.
Daikin Applied is celebrating the renewal of its contract for the supply, commissioning and maintenance of chiller units to CERN, The European Organization for Nuclear Research.
The largest physics laboratory in the world, CERN is recognized amongst other groundbreaking scientific research, as the birthplace of the World Wide Web and home of the Large Hadron Collider.
To date Daikin has been the supplier of choice for 25 chiller units amounting to a total installed capacity exceeding 20,000 kW.
The sheer size of the facility and its function requires cooling on an unusually high scale, plus absolute precision in terms of temperature control.
The Daikin Applied chiller range has been the preferred chiller supplier choice by CERN, thanks to its wide range of application solutions: from small capacity scroll compressor units, low noise emission units to high efficiency inverter driven products.
Daikin chillers provide cooling for various experiments currently being conducted at CERN laboratories.
For example, six Daikin water cooled centrifugal chillers provide chilled water for the air conditioning system of the underground tunnel where the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is installed
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