Commercial chiller

WaterFurnace’s CLW chiller is designed to monitor and optimize system performance and are available in 60-140 ton capacities.

02/17/2014


WaterFurnace’s CLW chiller is designed to monitor and optimize system performance and are available in 60-140 ton capacities. Courtesy: WaterFurnace InternationalWaterFurnace’s CLW chiller is designed to continuously monitor and optimize system performance using a combination of hardware and software options. Available in 60- to 140-ton capacities, the new chiller uses advanced adaptive direct digital controls that modulate equipment based on ever-changing conditions to constantly maintain the highest efficiencies possible, while remote monitoring can relay this information to facility managers anywhere in the world. The advanced adaptive unit controls allow models with optional energy monitoring and electronic expansion valves to continuously self-optimize for improved energy efficiency and system performance. In addition, the commercial chiller is engineered to precisely distribute heated or chilled water for fan coils, pools, commercial aquariums, radiant floor heating, snow/ice melt, industrial process water, and many other applications. 

WaterFurnace International Inc. 

www.waterfurnace.com



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