Airedale’s compact condensing units offer larger capacities

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Heat-rejection capacities from 30 to 450 kW are provided by Airedale’s Ultima Compact condensing units optimised for R407C.
With cooling capacities from 30 to 450 kW, Airedale’s Ultima Compact range of condensing units offer up to three times the capacity of the company’s existing range. The UCCU range meets the needs of a wide range of split-system applications. Sickle-bladed axial fans and advanced multiple-scroll compressor technology make them among the quietest on the market. 88 model variants offer even greater flexibility of noise control, performance and application. Optimised for R407C, the UCCU system is designed for coupling with most direct-expansion air-handling units. All models feature multiple-scroll compressor technology in an efficient dual-refrigeration-circuit system providing two, four or six stages of cooling, finely tuned by AireTronix micro-processor controls to improve energy efficiency at part load.
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