Willis Carrier: The Inventor of Modern Air Conditioning
Genius can strike anywhere. For Willis Carrier, it was a foggy Pittsburgh train platform in 1902. Carrier stared through the mist and realized that he could dry air by passing it through water to create fog. Doing so would make it possible to manufacture air with specific amounts of moisture in it. Within a year, he completed his invention to control humidity – the fundamental building block for modern air conditioning.
This time we Reinvented the Wheel!
With Weather Series Rooftop Units featuring EcoBlue™ Technology, Carrier is proving that not all rooftops are created equal. EcoBlue™ Technology includes a more compact vane axial fan, which is an industry first for packaged rooftop units, along with a simplified design that helps lower installation and maintenance costs. Turn to the experts today to learn more and see how we’ve put a whole new spin on rooftops.
75% Fewer Moving Parts • Intuitive Fan Speed Adjustment Controls • Up to 40% More Energy Efficient • No Belts or Pulleys • No Shaft or Bearings
Air- and Water-Cooled Chillers & Components – One company. Tons of capacity.
With a wide range of types, capacities and sustainable refrigerant options, Carrier is a leader in chiller options. With non-ozone depleting refrigerant, simple installation, superior efficiency and powerful controls, these units are ideal for both replacement and new construction projects. Our innovative chiller solutions are designed to bring efficient, reliable cooling to all types of large commercial applications.
Carrier iVu Controllers – We give you the tools. You take control.
With controls ranging from thermostats and zoning systems to powerful, web-based software products, Carrier places the power to keep your system operating at peak performance at your fingertips. We’re experts in helping you balance the growing need for efficiency with the consistent demand for comfort.
Carrier is a leading provider of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, building controls and automation, and fire and security systems. It operates 51 factories and 39 research & design centers worldwide with more than 53,000 employees serving customers in more than 180 countries.