Oil-free magnetic bearing chiller

Daikin's oil-free chiller is designed with magnetic bearing compressor technology and allows the flexibility to maintain stable chiller operations at low load conditions.

11/03/2016


Daikin's chiller has magnetic bearing compressor technology and an oil-free design with higher lift capabilities and two impeller options. Courtesy: DaikinDaikin's chiller has magnetic bearing compressor technology and an oil-free design for longer machine life and increased reliability. The bearing compressor is designed with higher lift capabilities and two impeller options. The chiller builds on its performance from 400 to nearly 800 tons, and the high lift models can now operate with up to 95°F entering condenser water temperature. WME Generation 2 allows the flexibility to maintain stable chiller operations at low load conditions.

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