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PowerCool Chiller Range

20 March 2017 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

Swegon has launched its new range of PowerCool chillers for a wide range of process and industrial applications.

There are two models, the PowerCool and PowerCool Mini, both of which are fitted with a high turbulent design heat exchanger that reduces energy consumption. This feature has no coil degradation or drop off in performance and efficiency.

PowerCool chillers have a digital controller with diagnostic and storage alarms, as well as a free general alarm, on-off remote control and patented RS485 Modbus communication. Up to 7bar pump are available for water units, or up to 30bar pump for oil units.

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.

Both models also have an evaporator outer surface that is epoxy coated for enhanced corrosion resistance.

 

Article written by Robin Snow | Published 20 March 2017

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