Air-cooled chillers

Available in 10-, 15-, 20-, 30-, and 60-ton packages with dual scroll tandem compressors, the Airstack modular water-cooled chillers from Multistack are designed with high-static condenser fans for ducted applications. The chillers can be combined to create 600-ton units in an 8-module array. The chillers use R-410A and R-134A refrigerant and are BACnet, Modbus, and LON compatible.

11/01/2009


 

Available in 10-, 15-, 20-, 30-, and 60-ton packages with dual scroll tandem compressors, the Airstack modular water-cooled chillers from Multistack are designed with high-static condenser fans for ducted applications. The chillers can be combined to create 600-ton units in an 8-module array. The chillers use R-410A and R-134A refrigerant and are BACnet, Modbus, and LON compatible. They have Web addressing capabilities and feature sound kits for environments that require low acoustics.

 

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