Water heating and cooling unit

The Envision2 NXW Reversible Chiller is designed to provide water heating and cooling for pools, commercial aquariums, radiant floor, ice melt, and industrial process water applications.

11/15/2016


The Envision2 NXW Reversible Chiller designed to provide water heating and cooling for pools, commercial aquariums, radiant floor, ice melt, and industrial process water applications. Courtesy of: Water FurnaceThe Envision2 NXW Reversible Chiller has been updated to include HydroLink Aurora controls and a 10-in. color touchscreen display. The communicating controls have Aurora compressor management with a HydroLink NiagaraAX system level controller. The controls communicate more than 200 points to the BAS network via BACnet, LonWorks, or NiagaraAX bus. The HydroLink Supervisory controls also have the ability to consolidate all mechanical room chillers and hydronic components under one controller. The 10-in. touchscreen HMI tablet display is installed on the cabinet exterior and provides graphics on system performance and control. Each chiller has a WiFi router or hardwire Ethernet connection that offers connectivity options without tapping into the BAS network. The Envision2 chiller is designed to provide water heating and cooling for pools, commercial aquariums, radiant floor, ice melt, and industrial process water applications. The unit also provides heated or cooled water for fan coils. It has a compact design with external fork truck lifting points, a control box with clean wiring, and an emergency shutdown button.

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