The Cannon Design Products Group recently worked with a confidential client needing to cool large research equipment still relying on once-through cooling. Working with the organization, we helped them realize they were wasting more than 2.6 million gallons of water annually and $16,000 in water and sewer costs on just ONE of the pieces they [...]
College Planning & Management features the eVap in its 2013 April issue with a story titled, “Laboratories: Solving The Challenges of Water” that takes a deep look at how the device is already delivering results for the California Institute of Technology and can help other facilities around the world. Take a minute to read the [...]
The California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Linde + Robinson Environmental Institute and Cannon Design have been recognized for their use of the eVap Chiller Series at the cutting-edge sustainable facility. The S-Lab International Sustainable Laboratory Competition informed Caltech it has made the shortlist for its 2013 competition. Caltech uses eVap extensively at its Linde + [...]
A common question we receive regarding the eVap and the cooling of laboratory spaces often touches upon the difference between chilled-water cooling and the eVap product. The simple answer is that there are situations and facilities that are better suited for each of these methods. The eVap is a water-to-water heat exchanger that isolates laboratory [...]
It has been an important and exciting week for the groundbreaking eVap chiller series. The National Institute of Health invited eVap lead inventor Gerry Williams, PE, LEED AP to present about the technology at last week’s National Conference on Sustainable Laboratories. Both Williams and the eVap received strong reviews for their innovative solution capable of [...]
The story of the eVap product series began a few years ago when our team at Cannon Design noticed a need for a new technology that could help laboratories better cool their equipment and handle plug loads while conserving energy and water. Intrigued by this possibility and the tremendous benefits it would bring to our [...]
The California Institute of Technology, Linde + Robinson Center for Environmental Science is currently featured online by R&D Magazine. The building comprises five 8,000 SF floors with two devoted to office and the rest set for laboratory space. The building uses eVap 1500 – which helps laboratories reduce power load consumption generated from the cooling [...]
The St. Louis Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering (ASHRAE) has recognized the eVap 1500 for its sustainability achievements at the California Institute of Technology’s (Caltech) Linde + Robinson Institute for Environmental Research. Caltech recently purchased 10 eVap 1500 devices from the Cannon Design Products Group to help reduce [...]
Cannon Design’s eVap 1000 earned an Honorable Mention in the GreeenDot Awards Product Category. The eVap 1000 is an environmentally sound, inexpensive, simple, safe, and flexible device that has proven both to be extremely popular among research laboratories nationwide and to conserve millions of gallons of water per year. It prevents costly flooding of laboratories, [...]
Cannon Design is sponsoring a tour of the Linde Robinson Lab at the California Institute of Technology tonight from 6 to 7:30 p.m. EST in Pasadena, Calif. The laboratory has a unique story as it had previously been used as an observatory before we converted the historic building for its current use. Our firm contributed [...]
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Iryna - 28 May 2013
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Susan Welker, AIA - 18 May 2013
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