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AB Systems launches new air-cooled chiller range

AB Systems has launched the EcoLight air-cooled chiller range to the UK market.

Manufactured by chiller brand Nova Frigo, the EcoLight range is said to include a number of innovative features designed to optimise essential chiller functions.

Of note is a Nova Frigo-designed multi-function microprocessor, which governs evaporating and condensing pressures and accurately measures system parameters to ensure consistent, precise and efficient control of the chiller’s operation.

For time saving and convenience, the units can also be ordered with an easy-to-use remote control panel that allows complete management of the chiller from a second location.

Cooling plants with more than one chiller are alsom said to benefit from the EcoLight’s intelligent multichiller function, an advanced piece of microprocessor technology that automatically adjusts the operation of each compressor in relation to thermal load.

This not only achieves stable and exact process temperatures, but also avoids peaks in electrical usage caused by unnecessary starts, thereby minimising energy consumption.

The EcoLight also delivers on efficiency - even in extreme ambient temperatures of up to -45 deg C thanks to the intelligent microprocessor control and advanced evaporator and condenser design features, which ensure very low power consumption.

The EcoLight range comprises three models with cooling capacities of 50, 80 and 120kW, and is available from AB Systems.


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