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Series S CenTraVac CVHM chiller model is available in 170-370 ton range and can be applied to any commercial building including retrofits and system replacements. The chillers are designed to fit in varied spaces, which addresses customers’ needs for a simpler replacement in existing, tight structures.
The chillers are available in oil-free and oil-lubricated configurations, providing customers with the highest full- and part-load efficiencies. They are shipped from the factory in a container that can pass through standard double doors measuring 72 inches wide by 80 inches tall. If necessary, the chiller can also be easily disassembled into its major components.
The Series S CenTraVac chiller portfolio includes models CVHS and CVHM. Customers can select the Series S CenTraVac chillers to operate with R-123 or R-514A a next-generation refrigerant also known as Opteon XP30, with ultra-low global warming potential (GWP) of less than two. The combination of high-efficiency operation and use of a low pressure, low-GWP refrigerant provides lower greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) emissions and operational costs, and offers customers choices on when and how they want to start using next-generation refrigerants.
Series S CenTraVac chillers are part of the Ingersoll Rand EcoWise portfolio of products, which are designed to lower environmental impact with next-generation, low-GWP refrigerants and high-efficiency operation.
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