Aermec expands NRV modular chiller range

Aermec, NRV

Aermec has launched the NRV range of modular air/ water chillers that combine the benefits of a single large chiller with the advantages of multiple small chillers.

Comprised of independent 108kW modules, the NRV enables up to nine modules to be connected to each other, producing a total of 970kW.

Two models are available in the NRV range, offering either a ‘Standard High Efficiency’ or a ‘Silenced High Efficiency’ with both providing up to 46⁰C of outdoor air temperature at full load. A free cooling version is also available and ideally suited for those applications where the requirement for chilled water is significant even during the winter months. The greater the difference between the outside air and the requested water temperature, the greater the economic benefits of using free cooling.

The NRV features high efficiency scroll compressors, axial fans, aluminium microchannel coils which ensure high levels of efficiency.

The option of connecting additional modules and managing them as if they are a single unit allows for maximum return at full load, as well as high efficiency performances at partial load.

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