Air-cooled variable-speed screw chiller

Johnson Controls’ YORK YVAA air-cooled, variable speed screen chiller offers flexible energy consumption for industrial jobs requiring unique tailoring.

03/09/2011


www.johnsoncontrols.comJohnson Controls produces the YORK YVAA air-cooled, variable-speed screw chiller, which offers flexible energy consumption with design efficiencies up to 11.6 EER. The unit can also be configured to deliver an integrated part load value (IPLV) up to 19.8 EER. On replacement projects, YVAA energy performance can exceed that of older chillers by as much as 50%. In addition, the chiller’s performance can be tailored and tuned to hit specific targets for state, municipal, or utility rebates. The YVAA chiller provides superior sound performance. In addition to a variety of sound-attenuation options, the YVAA offers its SilentNight feature, which works with a BAS to load-limit the chiller when noise reduction is needed.



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