Air conditioning manufacturer Aermec has launched a new water-cooled chiller offering energy efficiency even at partial loads.
The WMG is described as a compact chiller designed for indoor installation. It has high efficiency two-stage magnetic levitation centrifugal compressors, which allow the refrigerant circuit to be oil free. It also has a very low starting current and uses 50% less refrigerant thanks to its patented spray technology within the heat exchanger. In addition, the WMG delivers savings on installation and maintenance.
Clivet has introduced its new Remotex air-cooled liquid chiller in two sections, with the company promising improved versatility and efficiency.
The chillers, in capacities from 240kW to 2050kW, are equipped with double refrigeration circuit and multi-scroll technology, electronic expansion valve and matched remote condenser with Axitop technology. Remotex claims a 30% energy saving over traditional solutions.
All vulnerable components are housed inside and there are no external water pipes, meaning draining the system to protect from frost is not necessary.
Remotex is available in two energy versions, Excellence and Premium, and two accoustic versions, soundproofed and super-silenced. The operating range is from +52°C to -10°C external air temperature (Excellence) at partial load.
Swegon has launched its new range of PowerCool chillers, which have been specifically designed to work for a wide range of process and industrial applications.
There are two models in the range, the PowerCool and PowerCool Mini, both of which are fitted with a high turbulent design heat exchanger that reduces energy consumption. This unique feature has no coil degradation or drop off in performance and efficiency.
Equipped with an easy to use electronic controller, the chillers have the added benefit of plug and play design and a wide supply temperature range of -10°c to +30°c. Cooling capacities start at only 0.9kW up to 100kW.
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To have a chance of winning and answering the question, send a picture of the data plate along with a brief description of the York chiller's location and its application. Johnson Controls will acknowledge and verify the information.
Space Airconditioning (Space Air) was one of 177 delegates from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, in Rome with Daikin Applied recently.
Daikin Applied showed their new chillers and fan coil units, which they make in Cecchina, Rome, and their air handling units (AHU), made in Milan.
Building owners and maintenance staff will like Carrier's new web portal, Carrier Connect, to help them monitor their heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems remotely.
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