Magnetic bearing centrifugal chiller
The Magnitude centrifugal chiller by Daikin McQuay is designed to reduce energy and operations costs
The 700-ton Daikin McQuay Magnitiude centrifugal chiller is designed to reduce energy and operations costs while maintaining a comfortable environment and atmosphere. With its positive pressure, oil-free design, the ultra-efficient performance of the Magnitude chiller is sustainable because there’s no oil to contaminate the refrigerant and degrade system efficiency. By eliminating the high friction losses of conventional centrifugal compressors, the Magnitude chiller achieves exceptional full and part-load performance. The Magnitude chiller line has been tested and International Building Code (IBC) certified for seismic installations to remain online and functional after an event. For critical health facility buildings in California, Magnitude chillers have also received the more rigorous Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) special seismic certification pre-approval.
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