Aermec’s New stackable modular chiller


Aermec’s stackable modular chiller sets new standards 

When it comes to product design, Aermec delivers groundbreaking specifications and functionality with the new stackable modular chiller.

Stackable Modular Chiller

Aermec UK Limited has raised the bar in chiller design with the launch of a stackable water-cooled modular chiller that offers a small footprint and enables the cooling capacities to be increased over time to suits changing requirements.

The WWM chiller has been engineered to provide optimal performance levels whilst delivering energy efficiencies and maximum flexibility through its modular design.

Suitable for indoor installation for medium to large air conditioning applications in residential and commercial buildings, the WWM offers dual circuit units, reversible waterside with hermetic scroll compressors and source side plate exchanger.

Ease of maintenance has not been overlooked, the WWM also provides total accessibility; the refrigerant components can easily be reached as they are located in a drawer that slides out from the front for easy service and maintenance.

“This latest chiller in the Aermec portfolio showcases our innovative technologies and solutions, which we are continually implementing to benefit our customers and their applications,” says Paul Lawrence, Managing Director of Aermec UK.

“The WWM has been brilliantly engineered and offers a streamlined and flexible solution for both installers and building owners. No other product can offer the same levels of adaptability and enable cooling capacities to be increased as requirements change over time,” adds Lawrence.

Key benefits include:

  • Small footprint
  • Flexibility
  • Ease of maintenance
  • Optimal energy efficiencies
  • Compliant with AHRI certification

Flexibility underpins the entire design. The WWM provides a small footprint of 1321mm (H) x 1331mm (L) x 1151mm (W) and a weight of 676 Kilograms. The WWM’s size not only frees up valuable floor space but enables it to fit through standard sized doors, into lifts, simplifying access and installation processes.

A maximum of 32 chillers can be linked together hydraulically, either side-by-side or back-to-back, they can also be stacked on two levels (up to 16 on each level), offering flexible layout options and keeping the overall unit dimensions to a minimum.

An optional power bar facilitates single or multiple point electrical connections and each module has its own electrical panel and control logic, it can be operated and controlled as an individual chiller.

The WWM’s modularity makes it an ideal replacement for aged chillers and inaccessible kit, but it is also suitable for new builds, where space is limited and where installations may need to be adapted to meet future needs.

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