Emerson joins Carrier Alliance program

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Carrier Global Corporation announced Emerson has joined the Carrier Alliance program. As part of the program, Emerson will continue to provide software and technologies from its air conditioning and cold chain businesses, such as compressors, valves and sensors, to a range of products throughout the Carrier portfolio.

“This agreement enhances our longstanding relationship with Emerson and will ultimately benefit the industries and customers we serve,” says Rishi Grover, senior vice president, operations, Carrier.

“Our companies share a tireless focus on technology and innovation and by welcoming Emerson to the Alliance program and expanding our collaborative design efforts, we’ll be better positioned to offer customers cutting-edge solutions with an emphasis on improved data analytics and quality,” Grover says.

Emerson and Carrier will continue collaborating to develop and deploy a robust set of leading technologies and solutions throughout Carrier’s HVAC and Refrigeration segments serving residential, commercial and transportation markets, according to an announcement.

Carrier has long leveraged Emerson’s Copeland compressors, White-Rodgers valves, controls and thermostats and Therm-O-Disc sensors in its products. Emerson’s Copeland compressors have been integral to Carrier’s product portfolio and will be a critical component of Carrier’s offering to meet or exceed higher Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) rating requirements beginning in 2023.

“We are committed to serving as a leader in sustainable technologies — and our customers are increasingly seeking these advanced solutions,” says Jamie Froedge, executive president, Emerson Commercial & Residential Solutions business. “Joining the Carrier Alliance is an exciting step forward for Emerson, and a reflection of our commitment to help our industries confidently navigate forthcoming regulatory challenges and meet shifting demand in this space.”        

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