Digital refrigeration compressor

Emerson Climate Technologies Inc.’s Copeland Scroll K5 Digital compressor is designed for low- and medium-temperature refrigeration and has 10% to 100% capacity modulation for precise temperature and pressure control.

03/21/2014


Emerson Climate Technologies Inc.’s Copeland Scroll K5 Digital compressor is designed for low-and medium-temperature refrigeration and has 10 to 100% capacity modulation for precise temperature and pressure control. Courtesy: Emerson Climate TechnologiesEmerson Climate Technologies Inc.’s Copeland Scroll K5 Digital compressor is designed for low-and medium-temperature refrigeration and allows customers added flexibility for new applications (7.5 to 15 hp). The K5 Digital Refrigeration compressor incorporates a variety of features including 10% to 100% capacity modulation, which allows for precise temperature and pressure control. Its vapor injection capability increases system capacity by 50% and efficiency by 20% on average at low temperature rating condition. Its CoreSense Diagnostics monitor capabilities and maintenance cost savings. It is approved for use with R-404A, R-407A/C/F, R134a, and R-22 refrigerants and can be used for both stand-alone and parallel systems. 

Emerson Climate Technologies Inc. 

www.emersonclimate.com



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