Bitzer boosts capacity of its compact screw compressors


Bitzer has enhanced its CSH range of compact screw compressors to increase the potential cooling capacity in air-conditioning applications and improve energy efficiency.

The two new models provide theoretical displacements of 1015 and 1120 m3/h at 50 Hz, companies with 910 m3/h.

The capacity of these compressors can be regulated infinitely or on a graded basis at any time without modification. They can use R134a or R407C.

Economiser operation can further increase energy efficiency and cooling capacity; it can be used in full-load and part-load operation. The 3-stage oil seperator, double-wall housing and isolated bearing chambers offer high operating reliability.

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