Centrifugal chiller with environmentally sustainable refrigerant

Carrier's AquEdge 19DV centrifugal chiller with Greenspeed intelligence and a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant.


Carrier's AquEdge 19DV centrifugal chiller with Greenspeed intelligence and a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant.Carrier's AquEdge 19DV centrifugal chiller with Greenspeed intelligence and a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant. Improvements in compression technology and integration of Carrier’s Greenspeed intelligence variable-speed technology enabled Carrier to improve its centrifugal full- and part-load efficiencies. The result is the high-efficiency AquaEdge 19DV centrifugal chiller that saves energy costs and reduces environmental impact. The advanced two-stage compressor was designed and optimized for refrigerant R-1233zd(E), which has a GWP of 1.34 and an A1 safety classification per ASHRAE standard 34. The compressor’s low-speed direct drive back-to-back design significantly improves efficiency while balancing internal forces, enabling the use of energy-saving ceramic bearings that utilize the refrigerant already in the chiller as lubricant. The intuitive touch screen user interface provides graphical trending and remote access capability and can be mounted on any corner of the machine. 



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