Condenser fan pak
Schneider Electric’s Condenser Fan Pak solution incorporates floating high-pressure control and VSD fan operation for multi-fan, air-cooled chillers and condensers.
Schneider Electric’s Condenser Fan Pak solution incorporates floating high-pressure control and VSD fan operation for multi-fan, air-cooled chillers and condensers. This solution can benefit both new machines for the OEM, and existing machines for the end user. In addition, the energy consumption of air-cooled chillers and condensers can be reduced by up to 20%. As a retrofit for existing machines, these energy savings can be achieved for a fraction of the cost of complete replacement. The unit is shipped preprogrammed, wired, fully tested, and ready to optimize the operation of an air-cooled chiller or condenser.
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