Magnetic bearing chiller technology

Magnetic bearing chiller technology, up to 1500 ton capacity, is designed for large commercial applications.

07/22/2014


Daikin Magentic Bearing Chiller technology is available up to 1500 ton capacity through the Magnitude centrifugal chiller line. The oil-free system design maintains "as new" performance by eliminating the heat transfer loss when oil contaminates the refrigerant and builds up in the evaporator. Magnitude also meets LEED certification criteria with the HFC-134a refrigerant. The Applied RideThrough feature allows the chiller to eliminate the impact of short duration power failures by catching the spinning motor rotor and returning to the original pre-power loss capacity. The Magnitude chiller includes dual compressors and VFDs for redundancy, allowing it to operate at 60% capacity on one compressor.

Daikin 

www.daikinapplied.com 



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