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New chiller series

25 March 2013

Grasso BluAstrum is the new chiller series of GEA Refrigeration Technologies that is said to provide compactness and efficiency.

One of the most important novelties is the new generation of screw compressors utilising speed control and variable internal volume ratio for maximum full and part load efficiency.

The advanced control system ensures reliable operation and maximum efficiency with customer oriented communication features. As a result GEA Grasso BluAstrum is said to set new benchmark for ESEER (European Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) values.

Product features include maximum efficiency at all operating conditions, ESEER = 8.0+, low operational costs, compact (doorsize) design, long-term solution with the natural refrigerant ammonia (R717), GWP (Global Warming Impact) = 0, ambient temperature: 5 °C to 40 °C, water/brine temperature (outlet): -15 °C to 15 °C, speed range of 1,000 to 4,500 min-1

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