New Modular Chillers Breaks Cover

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Aermec UK are delighted to offer the latest generation  new Modular Chillers, designed to fit into a standard goods lift. These are the latest high-efficiency classified as model WMG.

These New Modular Chillers have been launched in several publications, including the August issue of HVR, where we took out an advert which is already attracting great interest especially where customers have challenges replacing old existing chillers mounted on high roof or basement plant rooms which are often difficult to replace.

A similar article also appeared in the recent ACR magazine which can be seen here

The latest generation Centrifugal compressors and heat exchanger technology ensures extremely low running costs and they also enable the refrigerant circuit to be oil free, which uses 50% less refrigerant than other products.

New Modular Chiller

Do You have a project where you need to replace the existing chillers and are in a complex location? Why not ask our Service team to provide a no obligation feasibility survey?

0203 008 5940

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