Packaged units achieve high seasonal efficiency

ClivetPack HSE (high seasonal efficiency) packaged air-conditioning units are designed for high seasonal efficiency and offer airflows from 8500 to 25 000 m3/h. They are the evolution of roof-top units developed by Clivet for the air-handling and air-conditioning requirements of supermarkets, shops, offices and small production areas.

The energy-efficient technology is based on double cooling circuit with tandem scroll compressors, electronically controlled fans with EC motors, large heat-exchange surfaces and microprocessor control with adjustment for maximum energy efficiency.

Configurations with an exhaust-ventilation section are equipped with energy recovery. Energy in the exhaust air is recovered and transferred through the refrigeration circuit. The exhaust airflow is directed through the exchanger dedicated to recovery and which is an integral part of the refrigeration circuit

Among the benefits is an energy saving of up to 60% compared to traditional systems.

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