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Lehrer Discusses Ways to Boost Efficiency with RTUs

Companies across the United States could save roughly $1 billion annually in energy costs by replacing 10-to-20-ton rooftop air conditioning units (RTU) with ones that meet the high performance RTU specification.

Andrew Lehrer commented on the significant efficiency gains available in the article “Understanding High-Efficiency Rooftop Air Conditioning Units” for Building Operating Management magazine. “Further, evaporatively-condensed RTUs may reduce kilowatt per ton performance by 25 percent or more,” he added.

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