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Fire detection & Alarms :
Our fire detection technologies protect a range of premises—including homes, hotels, data centers, shopping centers, offices, oil rigs and more. From essential alarm systems to deter and detect intruders, to access control and video surveillance systems to streamline operations, our security solutions are scalable from a single shop to a global enterprise.

Access Controls:
We provide access-control systems to manage multiple security systems, real-time intelligent video content analysis, biometric access, smart card applications and visitor-management systems for corporate and government security customers.

Our video & security solutions provide video surveillance, IP video, photo identification panic alert / hold up systems, integrated communication, nurse call and more for hospitality, commercial, education and military segments with a full spectrum of products, supported by a comprehensive monitoring network.

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As founding company number one of the U.S. Green Building Council® (USGBC), Carrier has been a leader in green building from the beginning. We serve as consultants on some of the world’s most advanced green building projects and offer green building training and education services to customers and employees across the globe through the Carrier University Institute for Sustainability. We also are USGBC’s largest LEED® education provider.
U.S. Green Building Council® and LEED® are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Green Building Council.

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The South Tambey field LNG Plant project in Yamal peninsula is one of the largest industrial undertakings in the Arctic to develop one of the world’s biggest liquefied natural gas projects. Project is based in the estuary of the Ob River which is ice-bound nine months of the year. Estimated project cost $27 Billion.

AHIC Services /Solutions:
Integrated HVAC - E&I Solution, Safe & Hazardous area HVAC design and Extreme cold climate experience, Expertise in Modular building & Russian standards.


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From lobbies and ballrooms to guest rooms and conference centers, hotel guests around the world require consistent comfort in every part of the building, every day of the year. More than a mint on the pillow, soft sheets or fluffy towels, comfort is also a product of ideal temperature and humidity. To efficiently meet these demands and ensure guests enjoy their stay, hotels around the world turn to the experts at Carrier – where innovation never rests.

At Carrier, we understand that “downtime” is not a word hotel operators can afford to hear. That is why we provide reliable, quiet and efficient total system solutions to meet hotel heating and cooling needs in diverse climates and environmental conditions – from hot and dry summers in Las Vegas, Nevada to cold and wet winters in Beijing, China.

Greater demand can lead to greater energy costs. However, Carrier heat recovery chillers can transfer waste heat from the hotel’s cooling system into the domestic hot water system – providing hot showers for guests and cool savings for hotel management. Innovations like these are helping major hotel groups around the world achieve key annual objectives of sustainability, increased energy efficiency and reduced operational costs.

Perhaps that is why hotel developers and operators throughout the world trust Carrier with some of their most luxurious properties. In Bengaluru, India, for example, Carrier technology and expertise helped make the 5-Star ITC Hotel Royal Gardenia the world’s largest, and Asia’s first, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Platinum® rated green hotel.

Carrier’s expertise in the hospitality market is not limited to new buildings. We also play a critical role in upgrading existing properties, including the Grand Hyatt Taipei in Taiwan, where Carrier solutions have helped the hotel increase energy efficiency by over 30%. Additionally, our renovation of existing chillers at the Orlando World Center Marriott helped the hotel’s plant become more efficient and environmentally sound while increasing cooling capacity to cover more space.

Whether a retrofit or new building, much of the innovation guests experience in hotels around the world begins at the AdvanTE3C Solutions Center. That is where our global group of experts in energy and the environment uses software and other tools to analyze building performance. They use those findings to develop specialized products, controls, service and solutions that assist hotel managers around the world in developing strategic, energy-efficient and custom-engineered solutions.

In today’s hospitality industry, consistent comfort and optimum energy efficiency are not amenities – they’re necessities. In order to keep travelers comfortable while keeping hotel energy costs low, hotels around the world turn to the experts at Carrier.

LEED®, LEED Platinum® and U.S. Green Building Council® are all registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Green Building Council.

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In the fall of 2014, Carrier installed an innovative heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) solution at the Sistine Chapel, specially developed to help preserve Michelangelo’s masterpieces against deterioration caused by an increasing number of visitors.

The new system uses two Carrier AquaForce® 30XWV water-cooled chillers with Greenspeed® intelligence, each with 580 kilowatts of capacity. It leverages specially designed software and components, as well as patented, energy-saving technologies to maintain optimal climate conditions for the protection of the paintings within the chapel. An intelligent system of controls, linked with an advanced video application from UTC Building & Industrial Systems, enables the HVAC system to anticipate visitor levels and adjust its performance intuitively. The new system delivers twice the efficiency and three times the capacity of the former system, which was built and installed by Carrier in the early 1990s. To ensure the smooth operation of the new system, the Vatican has chosen to enter into a five-year maintenance contract with Carrier Distribution Italy SpA.

“Our aim now is not restoration, but conservation. This is why we have chosen Carrier, because a masterpiece like the Sistine Chapel needs a comparable masterpiece of technology,” said Antonio Paolucci, director of the Vatican Museums.

The company’s expert global team of AdvanTE3C engineers developed the solution, working in close collaboration with the Vatican’s technical teams and using leading-edge computer modeling and simulation techniques. The engineering team overcame several challenges to meet the chapel’s unique requirements. The system carefully manages the flow, humidity, quality and temperature of the air; maintains sound at “church-quiet” levels; is virtually invisible to visitors; and uses pre-existing duct openings in a protected, historic landmark setting. It was also designed to be adaptable to future needs.

“Supporting the Vatican with our advanced technologies to preserve the extraordinary heritage of the Sistine Chapel was a remarkable opportunity,” said Geraud Darnis, President and CEO, UTC Building & Industrial Systems. “We put our world-class engineering and design resources into this project and are exceptionally proud of the outcome.”

In 1993, Carrier designed and installed the Sistine Chapel's first air conditioning system to accommodate a maximum load of 700 simultaneous visitors. Today, with daily visitor traffic of approximately 20,000 people, the new system is designed to accommodate up to 2,000 visitors at one time in nearly any weather condition.

In addition, the Governatorate of the Vatican City State and United Technologies Corp. have entered into an agreement to ensure the protection and safety of the Vatican Museums’ artwork, spaces and visitors through the deployment of building technologies from UTC companies. According to the terms of the agreement, the parties will work together on integrated solutions spanning HVAC, elevators and escalators, fire detection and alarm, fire suppression and safety, electronic security, access control, video surveillance services and related software solutions, from brands such as Carrier, Otis, Lenel, Kidde, Chubb and Marioff.

“Today’s excellent outcome reflects the success of the development process. Collaborating for nearly three years with Carrier, my teams and myself were able to establish a fruitful working relationship, and together overcome all obstacles to develop this technical masterpiece,” said the Rev. Rafael García de la Serrana Villalobos, director, Vatican Technical Services.

The Vatican Museums was able to keep the chapel open to visitors throughout the system dismantling and installation process, which occurred over the peak summer season, through use of a temporary HVAC system provided by Carrier Rental Systems.

“From start to finish, this project has highlighted the important role high technology can play in preserving our most important pieces of history for future generations,” said Michel Grabon, director, Carrier AdvanTE3C Europe. “When we started to design the system, Professor Paolucci told us to think in terms of five, six, seven centuries, and to think of it as work for humanity. Our solution accomplishes this in a way that strategically allows for future updates to help meet the Vatican’s evolving needs. We’ll continue to innovate to help preserve the brilliance of Michelangelo’s frescoes.”
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