Chillers for commercial and industrial-duty applications

Series 35 Evaporative Cooled Chillers feature an integrated unit controller, to communicate to building management systems and ensure safe operation, as well as high-efficiency, industrial-grade screw compressors.

01/28/2016


Series 35 Evaporative Cooled Chillers feature an integrated unit controller, to communicate to building management systems and ensure safe operation, as well as high-efficiency, industrial-grade screw compressors. Courtesy: RAE Corp.RAE Corp.'s Series 35 Evaporative Cooled Chillers feature an integrated unit controller, to communicate to building management systems and ensure safe operation, as well as high-efficiency, industrial-grade screw compressors. These units range in capacity from 50 to 500 tons in a single chiller package. They also feature fully integrated pumping packages, and are available with a range of acoustic technology to meet the noise-sensitivity needs of any commercial and industrial-duty application. The chillers can be designed for total redundancy, ensuring continuous operation in critical applications. Additionally, the Series 35 Evaporative Cooled Chillers are UL- and ETL-certified.

RAE Corp.

www.raecorp.com



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