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Compact low temperature heat pump chiller

19 July 2016

Chiller hire company Andrews Sykes has introduced a low-temperature 100kW heat pump chiller with a compact design that encapsulates all components in a narrow robust frame. 

The design of the new chiller allows it to be installed in previously inaccessible places without the need for extended external pipework. This is said to make the new 100kW LT/HP a more economical solution for hiring, operating as a standalone system or to bolster the effectiveness of in-house plant.

Where precise temperature fluctuations need to be maintained a heat-pump is often can be a good solution as it acts as regulator, switching automatically from the heating to cooling process. The new Andrews Chillers Hire 100kW LT/HP heat pump is said to achieve a nominal heating duty of 115kW enabling it to produce hot water on demand, while also having the capability to reduce temperatures to as low as minus 15°C courtesy of a 100kW nominal cooling duty.

A digital controller provides easy programming of the minimum and maximum temperature settings for smooth cyclic operation. To support the growing requirements of facilities managers Andrews ensured that the controller is compatible with modern building management systems for remote monitoring.

Since the new heat pump is programmed to automatically switch operating cycles from heat to chill mode depending on prevailing temperatures the 100kW LT/HP unit is suited to use in food and beverage production sites.


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