Equipment cooling

Ecosaire by Dectron subsidiary of Dectron Internationale, has reduced the size of the Spacemaker Series by 35%, and increased its efficiency. The system is powered by a direct drive fan and environmentally friendly R-410a refrigerant. They are available in 3- to 7-ton customizable units that can include UV filtration and humidification.

06/01/2008


Ecosaire by Dectron subsidiary of Dectron Internationale, has reduced the size of the Spacemaker Series by 35%, and increased its efficiency. The system is powered by a direct drive fan and environmentally friendly R-410a refrigerant. They are available in 3- to 7-ton customizable units that can include UV filtration and humidification. It is manufactured with double-wall case construction that separates R-value insulation from indoor air to reduce the chance of contamination.

www.ecosaire.com

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