Cooling system with electronically commutated motors

Recold Vector Adiabatic cooling system provides low energy usage and a small footprint.

07/12/2016


Recold Vector Adiabatic cooling system provides low energy usage and a small footprint, as well as condensing capacity of 25 to 295 T and a CO2 gas cooling capacity of 32 to 372 T. Courtesy: SPXSPX's Recold Vector Adiabatic cooling system provides low energy usage and a small footprint, as well as condensing capacity of 25 to 295 T and a CO2 gas cooling capacity of 32 to 372 T. Evaporative pads precool air only on peak days and coils remain dry to maintain efficiency and life expectancy. Electronically commutated motors help ensure reliable and efficient operation. The system is equipped with the HydroBLU energy management control system featuring automatic motor programming and either standalone or remote interface control. The integral water distribution system provides even water distribution across the cooling pads' entire surface area, minimizing dry spots.

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