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Central chillers

January 1, 2003

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Central chillers

TX Series central chillers take up 25 percent less floor space than previous models. The chillers include two independent refrigeration circuits with manifolds and service valves on the evaporators and condensers to allow for routine maintenance without downtime. Stainless steel brazed plate evaporators require less refrigerant and are said to have better temperature response time. The water-cooled units have PLC-controlled electronic water regulating valves with solid-state sensors for reportedly close control and stable system operation. Screw compressors have few moving parts and low torque to better tolerate liquid slugging than chillers with reciprocating compressors. TX chillers are available from 80 to 212 tons in air-cooled, water-cooled, or remote-condenser models.

Thermal Care Inc., Niles, IL
(847) 966-2260

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