Scroll chillers

McQuay International’s AGZ-D air-cooled scroll chillers can be used for small- to mid-sized building retrofits and new construction.

04/06/2011


McQuay International’s AGZ-D air-cooled scroll chillers are available in 25 to 190 ton capacity for use in small- to mid-sized building retrofits and new construction applications. The chillers utilize R-410A refrigerants and exceed performance requirements of ASHRAE Standard 90.1 for efficiency. This line of chillers is quiet with a sound pressure rating as low as 60 dBA without attenuation, and they use the MicroTech III microprocessor. Integration is easy with the units’ Open Choices feature that allows them to easily work with the building automation system of choice using LonTalk, BACnet or Modbus open protocols. 



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