LG Oil Free Variable Speed Drive Centrifugal Chillers – Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Solutions



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All new range of LG Air-Bearing & Magnetic Bearing centrifugal chillers , the next gen energy efficient chiller system is suitable for green building applications. They can operate with variable-speed drives to deliver energy savings when compared with conventional centrifugal compressor designs.

Hitachi air conditioning – VRF Centrifugal



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• Centrifugal (Ducted) Condensing Unit
• Inverter Driven with 2-Pipe VRF Control (Independent operation)
• Ideal Solution for areas where external condensing units cannot be fitted due to planning or time restrictions
• Re-use of existing R22 and R407c pipework
• Smart defrost control (Shortened defrost operation time)
• Ability to utilise any Hitachi System-Free Indoor Unit
• Improved Design (higher efficiencies, lower running costs, improved ErP, improved Heat Exchanger)
• Large external static pressure range
• Single and Three Phase Models
• New accumulator and compressor
• Improved piping access

(Shown on and off) Hanabishi brand, centrifugal (“squirrel cage”) exhaust/extractor fan



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