Water-cooled chillers are 25% more efficient

Published:  07 July, 2010

Ciat Ozonair, water cooled chiller

Up to 25% lower energy consumption for a new range of water chillers compared to previous models is claimed by Ciat Ozonair. The Dynaciat Power range offers cooling capacities from 220 to 720 kW and heating from 250 to 800 kW.

These units are designed to be installed in equipment rooms protected against freezing temperatures and inclement weather. They are optimised for R410A.

Features include hermetic scroll compressors with brazed-plate chilled-water evaporators and brazed-plate hot-water condensers as standard. They are available with a choice of acoustic configurations.

Control is by a Ciat Connect 2 controller with auto-adaptive functions and master/slave management for two units.

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