Air conditioning manufacturer Airedale International's TurboChill Spray Evaporator range of chillers, with R1234ze refrigerant, has been included on the Energy Technology List (ETL).
The ETL (or Energy Technology Product List, ETPL) is a government-managed list of energy-efficient plant and machinery. Its purpose is to encourage businesses to choose energy efficient products when making capital purchases so as to help overall environmental goals. An added incentive is that any capital purchases from the list qualify for the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) tax scheme and can therefore be fully offset against any taxable profit for the same year.
Aermec has increased its chiller offer with the launch of the NRV range of modular air/water chillers that claim the benefits of a single large chiller with the advantages of multiple small chillers.
Comprised of independent 108kW modules, the NRV enables up to nine modules to be connected to each other, producing a total of 970kW. Aeermec says this has the advantage of delivering more capacity but keeps the overall dimensions and footprint to a minimum.
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.
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