Hitachi improves performance of Samurai chillers


Hitachi Europe’s AG2B chillers, part of the Samurai range, are about 9% smaller for the same cooling capacity than previous models. The smaller size is due to modifications to the air-side heat exchangers and a redesign of the refrigerant distribution. They are available in sizes from 180 to 450 hp.

These chillers use twin screw compressors with infinite capacity control to achieve efficient operation at part load.

Noise levels are kept down by inverter-driven fans with just two blades.

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