Water-cooled chiller for tight temperature control

The chiller is system designed for tight temperature control and lowering environmental impact.

12/05/2016


The chiller is system designed for tight temperature control and lowering environmental impact. Courtesy: TraneSeries R RTWD water-cooled chiller is available in 80 to 250 tons and designed for commercial and industrial buildings. These chillers can operate with a choice of R-134A or Opteon XP10 (R-513A), a next-generation, low-GWP refrigerant. The chiller is designed for tight temperature control with a wide operating temperature range and has an infinite unloading compressor design. The system also has heat-recovery options up to 140°F, advanced controls, and high efficiencies. The Series R RTWD is designed to lower environment impact and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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