Stulz launches new precision air-conditioning range

The CyberAir precision air-conditioning range from Stulz uses the most energy-efficient ventilation technology as standard.
Stulz’s CyberAir precision air-conditioning range incorporates new ventilation technology, new micro-processor and a completely new structure. Electronically commutated fans are used in all models. Five unit sizes are available from 1000 to 2550 mm wide. There are eight different cooling systems with outputs up to 150 kW per unit. Every cooling system is available with downflow or upflow air delivery and single or dual cooling source technology. The new Stulz C7000 controller system is available for the first time with Stulz VarioLogic, which automatically adjusts units to suit the relevant application needs. Every unit can be controlled locally, or a network of up to 31 units can be configures and controlled centrally via a C7000 display. In an emergency, every unit continues to control itself through its independent intelligence. The C7000 can be integrated into building-management systems. Tel. 01372 749666
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