Water-cooled Condensing Unit Can Be Used in Cold Climates

Daikin North America has launched its VRV T-Series Water-cooled condensing units, which provide the same attributes of an air-cooled VRV system, plus the added flexibility for cold-climate applications and buildings with water loops or geothermal applications.

Daikin North America has launched its VRV T-Series Water-cooled condensing units, which provide the same attributes of an air-cooled VRV system, plus the added flexibility for cold-climate applications and buildings with water loops or geothermal applications.

Daikin North America has launched its VRV T-Series Water-cooled condensing units, which provide the same attributes of an air-cooled VRV system, plus the added flexibility for cold-climate applications and buildings with water loops or geothermal applications. The VRV T-Series offers efficiency improvements of up to 37 percent IEER and up to 33 percent COP compared to previous PC-Series. New single modules in 208-230V/3Ph/60Hz or 460V/3Ph/60Hz are now available in compact, single module 8-, 10- and 12-ton sizes. Single modules can be manifolded together with up to three units to form one system of up to 36 tons. Reduced cabinet height allows double stacking with 7-foot ceilings and triple stacking with 11-foot ceilings.

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