Industries :Rawal APR Control

Delivers Comfort, Safety and Reliability Across Industries.

Rawal APR Control is a variable capacity enhancement for new and existing DX (direct expansion) systems in a wide range of commercial and industrial facilities and applications that helps provide:

  • Tight temperature control
  • Better humidity control
  • Improved high-percentage outside air
  • System protection and reduced operational downtime (fewer call-backs)

See how Rawal APR Control improves HVAC in many types of industries and applications.

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Schools and Universities

Schools face challenges with systems serving classrooms, providing fresh air for a lot of people in a small space.

This often leads to high humidity and equipment failure.

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Schools and Universities
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Hospitals & Outpatient Care

The dynamic nature of healthcare institutions, with varying patient admissions and discharges, requires air conditioning units to constantly adapt to changing occupancy levels. This flexibility is crucial for maintaining a comfortable and healthy environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

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Hospitals & Outpatient Care
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Restaurants

Restaurants and diners contend with fluctuating occupant loads, demanding adaptable air conditioning (AC) and heat pump (HP) systems. The ebb and flow of customers throughout the day necessitates HVAC units capable of adjusting to changing occupancy levels.

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Restaurants
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Labs, Cleanrooms, Surgical Suites

The controlled environments within these facilities demand meticulous temperature, humidity, and air quality management. Fluctuating activities, such as experiments or surgeries, necessitate adaptable air conditioning units to maintain optimal conditions.

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Labs, Cleanrooms, Surgical Suites
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Commercial Office and Retail

Any commercial retail or office space faces the same challenge – too hot/too cold and too humid being the top complaints. These problems are often driven by varying occupancy across commercial office spaces with  some companies on a regular 5-day in the office schedule while others are on a varied schedule.

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Commercial Office and Retail
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Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial manufacturing facilities experience fluctuating occupant loads, demanding robust and adaptable HVAC systems.

The dynamic nature of production processes and workforce activities necessitates air conditioning units capable of adjusting to changing operational demands.

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Industrial Manufacturing
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Indoor Agriculture Environments

The dynamic nature of plant growth cycles and cultivation phases demands air conditioning units that can adapt to changing environmental requirements. These HVAC systems play a critical role in maintaining optimal temperature, humidity, and ventilation conditions to support healthy plant development and maximize crop yield.

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Indoor Agriculture Environments

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Retrofit Existing R-410A HVAC Equipment Rather than Replace

​​Simplify Operations and Enhance Customer Satisfaction: Introducing the APR Control Service managers face constant pressure to balance budgets, customer demands, and industry changes. The APR Control offers a cost-effective solution to simplify operations and maximize existing resources. By extending the life of your customers’ in-place R-410A… Read More

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APR Control Direct Compressor Energy Savings

APR Control Compressor Power Consumption Testing Parameters An HVAC equipment manufacturer conducted a test in their state-of-the-art testing facility to assess the direct energy-saving benefits of utilizing the APR Control at part load conditions. Original equipment performance parameters: 10-ton rated at AHRI 210/240 Two 5-ton stages… Read More

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Adding an APR Control to Heat Pumps

The APR Control Enhances Heat Pumps In the case of heat pumps, you have to prioritize capacity for either cooling or heating.  If you are prioritizing and sizing for the heating load, the result will often be excess cooling capacity. The APR Control will… Read More

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The Rawal APR Control is a variable capacity enhancement to DX HVAC systems.

The dynamic nature of plant growth cycles and cultivation phases demands air conditioning units that can adapt to changing environmental requirements. These HVAC systems play a critical role in maintaining optimal temperature, humidity, and ventilation conditions to support healthy plant development and maximize crop yield.

Industrial manufacturing facilities experience fluctuating occupant loads, demanding robust and adaptable HVAC systems.

The dynamic nature of production processes and workforce activities necessitates air conditioning units capable of adjusting to changing operational demands.

Any commercial retail or office space faces the same challenge – too hot/too cold and too humid being the top complaints. These problems are often driven by varying occupancy across commercial office spaces with  some companies on a regular 5-day in the office schedule while others are on a varied schedule.

The controlled environments within these facilities demand meticulous temperature, humidity, and air quality management. Fluctuating activities, such as experiments or surgeries, necessitate adaptable air conditioning units to maintain optimal conditions.

Restaurants and diners contend with fluctuating occupant loads, demanding adaptable air conditioning (AC) and heat pump (HP) systems. The ebb and flow of customers throughout the day necessitates HVAC units capable of adjusting to changing occupancy levels.

The dynamic nature of healthcare institutions, with varying patient admissions and discharges, requires air conditioning units to constantly adapt to changing occupancy levels. This flexibility is crucial for maintaining a comfortable and healthy environment for patients, staff, and visitors.

Schools face challenges with systems serving classrooms, providing fresh air for a lot of people in a small space.

This often leads to high humidity and equipment failure.