Extensive demand for heat source machines exists across diverse facilities including factories, supermarkets, hospitals, pharmaceutical facilities, and corporate offices. These machines play a crucial role in cooling applications within manufacturing processes, effectively managing heat generation in production and processing machinery. Specifically, they find significant utility in factories that require chilled water and low-temperature heat source machines. The broad application of these machines underscores their vital importance in maintaining optimal operating conditions and enhancing efficiency in various industrial and commercial settings.
The mini-chiller is inverter controlled and runs on R-410A refrigerant. The unit is available in cooling only and heatpump version. The main advantage of the inverter is the precise control offered in function of the load. The single phase power requirement and low starting currents afforded by the inverter make it ideal for residential applications.
Air Handling Unit (AHU)
An Air Handling Unit (AHU) is used to re-condition and circulate air as part of a heating, ventilating and air-conditioning system. In buildings where the hygienic requirements for air quality are lower, some of the air from the rooms can be re-circulated via a mixing chamber and this can result in significant energy savings. A mixing chamber has dampers for controlling the ratio between the return, outside and exhaust air. AHUs connect to ductwork that distributes the conditioned air through the building and returns it to the AHU. A heat/cooling recovery exchanger is normally fitted to the AHU for energy savings and increasing capacity