Meet CIAT’s next generation Hyrdociat

Chillers, Ciat, Heat pumps, Hyrdociat

CIAT announces the launch of its new Hydrociat range of highly efficient, compact and flexible water-cooled chillers and heat pumps. This new generation is designed to meet a broad range of heating and cooling requirements while ensuring easy installation and commissioning and offering excellent energy efficiency.

“The new range is designed to offer maximum energy efficiency in minimal space,” says Eric Pollet, product manager, CIAT. “The highly flexible range can address the specific needs of many businesses and services from offices, shopping centres, public administration and office buildings to hospitals, hotels and industrial applications.”

The entire CIAT range complies with current European regulations and the Ecodesign directive for energy-related products. The Hydrociat LW HE version offers premium energy efficiency with an average European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (ESEER) of 6.45.

At just one metre wide, the new generation of products is one of the most compact water-to-water chillers and heat pumps, adapting easily to the configuration of existing machine rooms. Its flexible hydraulic connections can be connected to pipes already in place, making it the perfect plug-and-play system.

What’s more, the new range is designed to operate continuously in commercial and industrial applications with a wide range of operating temperatures that enable chilled water production between -12°C and 20°C and hot water temperature production up to 63°C.

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