Haier Air Conditioning R&D centre, headquartered in Qingdao, China, covers an area of 220,000 square feet. It has more than 150 laboratories, including psychrometric lab, compressor calorimeter lab, acoustic and vibration lab, EMC (Electro-Magnetic Compatibility) labs, material and chemistry lab. Besides, the R&D centre boasts the world tallest “drop tower” for testing long refrigerant piping tests(350 feet tall).
Inside the "Haier Park" industrial complex in Qingdao China, there is the world's most advanced laboratory for testing, research and development of products for the HVAC (heating, ventilation, cooling) sector.
The ‘Haier Park’ has a large exhibition space with the most significant Haier innovations. You can also view the powerful Haier centrifugal chiller with magnetic suspension compressor used for comfort cooling in large commercial buildings.
Developed on 10 floors, each with different themes, you can learn about over 1,000 different technological experiences.
The building has an impressive 150 laboratories where it is possible to test all products according to all national and international regulations specific to the HVAC sector. From calorimeters, to anechoic halls, to atmospheric simulators, electromagnetic tests and more.
Haier employs specialised engineers from all over the world and initiate several collaborations with many renowned manufacturers worldwide.
The ‘Haier Tower’ is a proud landmark for Haier. It is located next to the main set of laboratories at the ‘Haier Park’. With a height of 106m,
the highest in the world, the ‘Haier Tower’ encompasses 5 laboratories where our MRV systems and beyond are tested, predicting and controlling all the variables that can occur in the phases of installation and real operation.
With the creation of this futuristic laboratory, Haier wanted to reaffirm its intention to becoming a world-leading manufacturer in the HVAC sector.