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Climate Center to supply Carrier chillers

Climate Center is to supply Carrier chillers nationwide following a ground-breaking agreement with the market leading manufacturer.

The deal enables Climate Center to offer a full hydronic (chilled-water) based air conditioning solution alongside its existing refrigerant-based range, resulting in the most comprehensive air conditioning offering available from a UK supplier.

It includes Carrier’s award-winning AquaSnap chillers up to 160kW, in screw and scroll compressor versions, high efficiency fan coils equipped with the latest EC motors, plus a range of bespoke compact Air Handling Units (AHUs).

Climate Center will also have access to Carrier’s state-of-the-art heat pumps and heating only systems, in both water-cooled and air-cooled versions up to 160kW, and the manufacturer’s range of roof-top units.

Completing the line-up is Carrier’s intelligent control and monitoring system, AquaSmart, which integrates and optimises the performance of multi-component systems to deliver excellent control and energy efficiency.

As a result of the agreement, Climate Center will now be able to offer a complete range of solutions for chilled-water based air conditioning for use in hotels, shops, offices, schools and public buildings.

Scott Craig, Climate Center’s sales and marketing director, said: “We are delighted to have secured this agreement with Carrier. The company’s founder Willis Carrier is credited with inventing air conditioning more than a century ago. Today, the company has grown to become the world leader in chiller technology.”

The agreement was announced at a Climate Center roadshow for staff held in early October.

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