Carrier India gets Delhi Airport's Terminal 3 HVAC project

Gurgaon: Carrier Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Ltd. has been received the contract to install the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) system at Delhi International Airport's upcoming Terminal 3.

Carrier will provide eight Evergreen 19XRD centrifugal chillers of 2500 tonnage refrigeration (TR) each for this project. This dual compressor centrifugal chiller represents cutting-edge heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technology, which the company says is ideal for large airports, shopping malls, commercial complexes, factories and district cooling plants.

The Evergreen 19XRD is Carrier's largest single-unit cooling capacity chiller employing non-ozone depleting refrigerant HFC-134-A, and features Carrier-patented technology designed to improve indoor air quality and provide environmental benefits.

''We are proud to have been awarded such a prestigious project,'' said Zubin Irani, managing director, Carrier India.

''Winning this project is further evidence that we are the customer's first choice for air-conditioning products. Carrier will provide high-quality products that help create a comfortable and healthy environment for both travellers and workers throughout this terminal.''

The Delhi International Airport expects Terminal 3 to be operational before the Commonwealth games in 2010.