Able to operate with leaving water/glycol temperatures from 10C to as low as -30C, Green Thermal Energy says the range combines application flexibility with high levels of efficiency and performance. It offers high levels of sustainability and a future proof cooling system as the chillers sit outside the F-Gas phase out regulations. However, they are equally suitable for projects that require a practical and efficient cooling system as well as those projects that demand the most environmentally focused natural refrigerant system design.
Alongside cooling only models, GTE-Yukon units are available which combine cooling with high temperature waste heat recovery, delivering cooling + hot water at temperatures up to 80C. They are aimed at applications where the free and high temperature zero carbon recovered/recycled waste heat from CO2 cooling can be utilised on site.
Significant cost and carbon savings can be gained from using the recycled high temperature waste heat to provide hot water for any application ranging from hotels or hospitals to food processing plants. The units are able to provide hot water that can be used directly within a circulated system or, for example, to deliver make up water to feed steam boiler systems.
The range is provided with a complete application support service, which offers design to commissioning services, along with the Green Thermal Energy CO2 specifier and contractor partner scheme.