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AET partners Bicold to expand HVAC range

AET has partnered with Italian manufacturer, Bicold, to deliver company’s range of air and water cooled chillers and heat pumps to the UK.

Glan Blake Thomas, Managing Director at AET, said “This partnership marks another important stage in AET’s growth as a leader in low energy HVAC solutions for UK contractors and consultants.”

“Bicold is an extremely successful Italian air-conditioning brand, renowned for the efficiency, quality and affordability of its equipment. The Bicold range fits well with our existing HVAC portfolio which includes underfloor air-conditioning, energy recuperation, absorption chillers and advanced solar thermal technology. We look forward to a long and successful partnership”.

Bicold produces a range of chillers for commercial and industrial building projects.

Among the range highlights are WBA air-cooled cooling only chillers and the WHA series of heat pumps, available in capacities extending from 53kW up to 412 kW. Both series are equipped with scroll compressors as standard and are designed to operate on refrigerant R410A. The WBA WHA Mini-series feature scroll or rotary compressors and are designed for smaller projects with cooling capacities ranging from 2kW up to 43kW.

The WBA-CV range incorporates air-cooled water chillers with centrifugal fans. There are several models in the range with cooling capacity from 30 kW up to 217kW. Finally, the BI-EKO series represents a wide range of water cooled liquid chillers and heat pumps, for indoor installation in outputs from 6 kW up to 380 kW.

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