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Clivet launches new water cooled chillers and heat pumps range

Clivet has launched a range of water cooled chillers and heat pumps from 325 kW to 1608 kW with EER up to 5.2 at full load operation and ESEER up to 5.8 at part load operation.

The new range, labelled SCREWLine WDH-SL3 EXCELLENCE, is said to be ideal for application in commercial and industrial sector.

The level of high efficiency is boosted by double screw compressor complete with economizer, electronic expansion valve which quickly adapts to the actual load, innovative shell & tube heat exchanger technology optimized for operation with R134a, further enhanced by DST (Dynamic Supply Temperature) regulation.

The overall system efficiency can be increased in cooling mode operation, thanks to the configurations with partial or total condensation heat recovery, which enable to produce free hot water.

Other features of these units are the capability of producing hot water up to 65°C and chilled water down to -12 deg C, answering to the needs of different installation types: from the applications with request of water for heating, domestic hot water production or process fluid, to applications in skating rinks or artificial ski slopes.

Technical features like industrial grade double screw compressors with electronic oil level sensor, redundant ice protection on the evaporator, Pump-Down integrated function, Ethernet connection to provide diagnostics and monitoring via PC.

 

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