Modular chillers provide redundancy, aid heat recovery

ClimaCool Corp., one of the companies featured recently at AHR 2016, has expanded its modular chiller and configured packaged rooftop system product lines to meet a wide scope of needs across the North American commercial HVAC market. With applications in the education, health care, government, business services, data center, hospitality, industrial and other markets, ClimaCool offers flexibility, redundancy and reliability across cooling, geothermal/water-source heat pump, heat recovery, simultaneous heating and cooling (SHC) heat pump/heat recovery, chilled water direct expansion air handler and other projects.

ClimaCool modular chillers are available in 15- through 85-ton capacity modules and can be configured to up to 1,000 tons per bank. The systems provide notable application flexibility across air-cooled/water-cooled (cooling only), heat recovery, geothermal heat pump, and patent-pending simultaneous heating and cooling (SHC) heat pump/heat recovery projects. 

The units’ modular designs promote application flexibility, allowing for incremental system growth to meet dynamic load demand.  Providing true electrical and mechanical redundancy, ClimaCool modular chillers also feature an independent electrical feed and dual independent refrigeration circuits on each module.

Compact and maneuverable through standard doorways with a low center of gravity, ClimaCool modular chillers offer ease of transport and installation, and are considered ideal in small mechanical retrofit and sustainable construction-focused projects. 

Now available in 40- through 90-ton capacities, ClimaCool’s configured packaged rooftop systems offer a robust solution for commercial project demands from 6 to 90 tons. The systems provide notable application flexibility for air-cooled cooling, air-cooled heat pump, geothermal heat pump, water-source heat pump, and chilled water direct expansion air handler applications, while offering a “green” solution for dehumidification, heat recovery, heating, cooling, make-up air and air quality and controls applications.


Topics: Architectural Firms, Building Owners and Managers, Construction Firms, Energy Audit / Energy Management, Energy Recovery & Heat Recovery Ventilation, Energy Saving Products, Engineering Firms, Great Commercial Buildings, HVAC - Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation, Indoor Air Quality (IAQ), Technology, Urban Planning and Design, Ventilation


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